Tacodi™ is a scalable and high-performance communication platform that integrates video, audio, desktop sharing, and data collaboration. It is used to host online meetings or webinars.

Tacodi™ is compatible with most major browsers, including: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, and Opera.

Tacodi™ is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OSX, and Linux.

Yes! Tacodi™ works on major mobile devices, including: Apple’s iPad and iPhone, Android phones and tablets, Amazon’s Kindle, and other leading mobile platforms.

No, participants do not need an account to attend meetings. By clicking on the link that is sent through e-mail invitations, a participant can use Tacodi™ meeting as an unregistered guest.

Yes! Tacodi™ ’s basic account is absolutely free. This version allows unlimited sessions with up to three participants in a meeting (including the host) and includes real-time desktop sharing, as well as1080p HD video.

Yes! After logging in, click on the “Schedule” tab that is located on the left side of your profile. Create a title for your meeting and add a description, then enter the desired date and time you wish to meet. Once you add your invitees, click on the blue “Schedule” box below the list of contacts. Your scheduled meetings and conferences will show up under the “Meetings” tab.

It’s quite simple! Once you are in a meeting, all you have to do is to enter the SIP ID of the multipoint device you would like to invite.

Yes! Tacodi™ is the only collaboration software that allows this feature. All you have to do is enter the SIP ID of the multipoint device you want to invite, directly from any mobile device.

Yes! Tacodi™ allows full screen videoconferencing (in high definition) with any of the participants in a meeting, as long as they have started their video. To view the list of participants who have their video feeds turned on, simply click on the names of the participants in the “Shared List” tab. Then, click the full screen tab, which is located on the bottom right of the video.

No. Every participant in a meeting will be viewable in HD, as long as they have their video feed turned on.

Click the “Start Desktop Sharing” tab that is located on the left side of the meeting room and open the share settings. From here, you can choose to share the entire desktop, a specific application, or a mere portion of the screen.

Click the “View Whiteboard” tab that is located on the left side of the meeting room. This will open the whiteboard application in a separate window.

Click the “Settings” tab that is located on the top corner on the right side of your meeting room. This will open the Multimedia Tuning Wizard, where you can adjust your webcam resolution, audio input, and output device.