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Getting Started on Corenexa Browser Client

Updated: May 16, 2022

The CoreNexa Browser client is designed for use with WebRTC enabled web browsers. On desktop computers these include Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge. For Android based mobile devices, tablets and Chromebooks, users can use Chrome. Apple phones and tablets require the user to use Safari.

The browser client delivers the best in quality for voice, video and desktop sharing for meeting guests trying to join a CoreNexa meeting or room.

In this article you’ll learn more about the basic features of the CoreNexa Browser client.

Before Getting Started

A WebRTC enabled web browser.

  • Windows, Mac, Linux: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge

  • Android & Chromebook: Chrome

  • Apple iOS: Safari

Signing In

In the web browser of your choice (as listed above), visit

Home Page

The following is the home page for the browser app.

There are quick application links in the upper right hand corner of the home screen. A tool tip will show if you mouse over them

Phone Call: Place a phone call with the phone handset icon.

Join a Meeting: Join a meeting with the meeting id.

Create a Meeting: Create an instant meeting, scheduled meeting or a permanent room.

Chat: Open the chat interface.

Meetings and Rooms

If a user uses their CoreNexa sign in and password their CoreNexa meetings list will be displayed.

If a user uses Google or Microsoft to authenticate, their respective calendar will be displayed in the “Meetings” tab by default as shown below.

Instant and Scheduled meetings will appear on the home page under Meetings. Scheduled meetings will appear 10 minutes before the meeting starts.

If you have integrated your Google account, the Meetings space by default will show a copy of your Google Calendar.

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