As with any of our current Hangouts, you may certainly view on DearMYTRTLE's YouTube Channel, once the hangout goes live. The only draw back is you can only watch, as comments have been disabled. The BEST WAY to participate is to join the free DearMYRTLE's G+ Community by going here: http://bit.ly/MyrtsNext
All of DearMYRTLE's scheduled hangouts are listed on the GeneaWebinars Calendar with dates and time in the Mountain US (Salt Lake City) time zone, daylight when applicable.
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On the day of a scheduled Hangout, you'll again go to http://bit.ly/MyrtsNext a few minutes before the appointed hour where a post will be pinned to the top of the page. The post will look like our sample below from our Written Conclusion Study Group - Proof Statements session.
Point A below indicates you are indeed ready to view Myrt's Next Hangout.
In that same post, you may read more info if available by clicking (as at point B in the sample below.)
The embedded video viewer is the large gray shaded portion of the screen (as at point C in the sample below.) Clicking the play button (the right facing arrow in our sample below) at the appointed hour, starts the video feed on your computer.
If you wish to pose a question or comment, type in the comment area below the video viewer (as at point D in the sample above.)
It isn't necessary to actually join the filmstrip panel, however, for most hangouts the link will be posted in comments. It's best if you do wish to join the panel that you click the link to join about 45 minutes prior to the start of a scheduled hangout. This gives you a chance to ensure your webcam and and mic are working properly. Don't worry. +Cousin Russ will be there to assist.
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