Welcome to SignalWire Work, designed for this modern era of remote work and collaboration at distance. As with other familiar collaboration tools, SignalWire Work provides video conferencing, audio conferencing, screen sharing, and text chat. However, unlike other conferencing systems, SignalWire Work features innovative capabilities around remote work, virtual office, and even podcasting.

With SignalWire Work, there is no separate client software to install, and you can work from any desktop, laptop, or mobile device with a modern Web browser. In addition, client-side system requirements are kept to a minimum, as SignalWire Work does all the "heavy lifting" in the cloud.

SignalWire Work can be used from any modern Web browser that supports the WebRTC standard, including Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.

What is a Guest?

Guests are users who don't need to log in and can enter SignalWire simply by entering their name and email address. Guests have the least permissions of the 6 user types. Guests are able to use basic functionalities such as audio and video muting, using the chat, switching rooms in the room navigator. Guests are only able to screen share when given access by a moderator.

What is a Registered User?

Registered users have a designated login and password on their SignalWire instance and are able to be put into groups. Registered Users have the same permissions as guests, plus screen sharing. This User Type can log in by clicking "Join as Registered User" and entering the username and password given to them by their administrator.

Joining a room for the first time
How to join another room
SignalWire Home Screen
Using Text Chat
Screen Sharing
How to Float the SignalWire Window (Picture in Picture)
Changing Devices
How to hide SignalWire Banner
How to Raise Your Hand
How to use Do not disturb
What is Gravatar and how to use it with SignalWire
How to mute and unmute audio and video
How to leave a conference
What is the function of Low Bitrate Mode
SignalWire Room Keyboard Shortcuts
Prioritizing Audio over Video
Using Push to Talk
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