During a conference call, you may need to remove a participant for various reasons. Maybe they have completed their part of the conversation, or they are no longer relevant to the discussion. Whatever the reason, removing a caller from a conference call on iPhone is a straightforward process.
Here’s how to remove a caller from a conference call on iPhone:
Step 1: Open the Call Screen
When you are on a conference call, the call screen will display all the participants on the call. To remove a caller, tap the ‘i’ icon located next to the participant’s name.
Step 2: Remove the Caller
Once you tap the ‘i’ icon, you will see a list of options. Tap ‘End’ to remove the caller from the conference call. This will disconnect the participant from the call.
Step 3: Merge the Remaining Calls
After removing a caller, the remaining participants will still be connected. To merge the calls back into a single conference call, tap the ‘Merge Calls’ button on the screen.
Note that when you remove a caller from a conference call, they will hear a message indicating that they have been removed from the call. Also, be aware that if you are the host of the conference call, removing yourself from the call will end the conference call for all participants.
Tips for Managing a Conference Call
To ensure a successful conference call, here are a few tips to keep in mind:
- Use a quiet, distraction-free location for the call.
- Start the call on time and make sure everyone is ready to join.
- Keep the conversation focused and avoid side conversations.
- Keep an agenda for the call to stay on track.
- Use the mute button when not speaking to avoid background noise.
By following these tips and the step-by-step guide above, you can easily remove a caller from a conference call on your iPhone. With this simple process, you can manage your conference call efficiently and make sure that only the relevant participants are present in the conversation.