Sunday, November 29, 2009

How To Make Free Conference Calls with GTalk?

Gtalk stands for Google Talk, an instant chat messenger by Google Inc. Gtalk Chat Messenger is becoming popular day by day for its voice chat quality and fast loading ability. Yahoo Messenger and Live Messenger are widely used for free Conference Calls while there was always a need of free Conference Call feature in Gtalk.

Here, I will share a tip/hack to make free conference call and I am sure you’ll love to try this method. In order to make conference calls in gtalk, you need to launch multiple instances of gTalk (yes, it is possible).

Steps to make multiple instances of gTalk
Install Gtalk and make a shortcut copy of Gtalk on your desktop. (right click on gtalk icon and create shortcut)

Now, Right Click on created Shortcut and select properties.

In Text Box, change the parameters from C:\Program Files\Google\Google Talk\googletalk.exe” /startmenu to “C:\Program Files\Google\Google Talk\googletalk.exe” /nomutex

Click Ok, Its Done, Now you can create multiple Gtalk

Method for Making Free Conference Calls
Suppose there are three persons A,B,C and they want to make a free conference call on Gtalk, here is a method to do that.

All of three persons are required to launch multiple instances of Gtalk as told you above. Now, They just have to make a Call-Ring i.e. A should Call to B (A to B), B should call to C (B to C) and C should Call to A (C to A).

Download Google Talk (Requires Windows XP/Vista)

or Video chat right from Gmail.

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Bijay Mishra said...

If any difficulty than contact me!!

Anonymous said...

Hi, actually provides audio conferencing for Gtalk... and allows you to bridge not only Gtalk, but also Skype, SIP and PSTN !

Hope that helps.

Nimita Daftary said...

Hey thanks a lot for sharing this post. I have been using free video conferencing since a very long time now and it is very user friendly. Many thanks once again for this post :)

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