In a nutshell, if you don't want it seen by the other people on your meeting, close it down.
At first glance, both Webex and Teams (Spark) appear to do the same thing. And although there is some overlap in functionality, they serve two very different purposes and knowing when to use one or the other will help you use both successfully and effectively.
Webex is designed for the online, real-time meeting space and can be used in conjunction with an in-person meeting.
Teams is designed to be an online collaborative team workspace, where meetings and collaboration are on-going and where a record of the work is needed.
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Before using Webex in the Chrome browser, you need to install the Webex for Chrome extension. You can find and install it here.
If you don't install it, Webex will open but you cannot start or join any meetings.
Download and install this utility to replay a WebEx recording in a standalone player or convert your .arf WebEx file to MP4.
The Webex Meetings desktop app allows you to start and join meetings quickly from your meetings list within the app without going to your calendar or Webex site. It also allows you to add a Webex meeting directly in Microsoft Outlook. The Windows version also supports integrations with Microsoft Office.