Use mmhmm with Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, and other video conferencing tools

You can use mmhmm with video conferencing platforms such as Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, and more to take your presentations to the next level.

Note: If you're looking for mmhmm system requirements, check out this article: What are the system requirements for mmhmm?

Connect mmhmm to other video conferencing tools

Note: You'll need to install mmhmm first in order to connect mmhmm to your video conferencing platform.
Zoom Google Meet Microsoft Teams FaceTime Other tools
  1. Open mmhmm on your device.
  2. Open Zoom and start or join a meeting.
  3. In the bottom toolbar, check that your video is turned on (it should show Stop Video). If your video is off, click Start Video.
  4. Next to Stop Video, click the up arrow ^ and select mmhmm Camera.

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Once you've connected the mmhmm camera to your video conferencing tool, you can present to your audience by clicking through your slides in mmhmm. You can also control your slides and other mmhmm features with mmhmm's built-in mini remote control. Learn how to add slides to your mmhmm presentation or conversation.

Note: If your slides or background appear blurry or aren't displaying properly, check out how to display your slides in the highest possible resolution.

Video conferencing compatibility

Mac Windows Other tools
mmhmm for Mac currently works with:
  • Zoom
  • Google Meet
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Cisco Webex
  • GoToMeeting
  • Blue Jeans
  • Houseparty
  • RingCentral Video
  • WebinarNinja
  • Vidyo
In some cases, mmhmm is compatible with a video conferencing platform's web app but not its desktop app. This is usually because plugins are only accepted on the web app. These video conferencing platforms are:
  • Skype
  • Amazon Chime
  • Discord

Don’t see the answer to your question? If you’re having technical difficulties or want to suggest a topic for this guide, submit a support ticket or email us at help@mmhmm.app.

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