I'm a webex user (mit.webex.com) and I'm faced with the following issue: it's harder than necessary to copy and paste a meeting call info from the HTML view.
This is due to the fact that the data is presented in regular paragraph mode mixed with read-only text field (for the URL). The indenting is bad as well once pasted.
To work around this limitation, one has to copy most of the relevant HTML first, paste it, fix the indenting, then copy the URL info from the "isolated" text field, and paste it where it belongs. After a while, it becomes a real pain..
I'm thinking of writing a browser extension that would do all the copy/indenting in one action, so that the user only needs to paste all the content wherever they need.
E.g. going from something like that (HTML rendered in the browser):
To a C&P buffer loaded with:
Meeting number: 645 220 864
Meeting password: liaisons
Host key: 955277
Video address: Dial email@example.com
Audio connection: +1-617-324-0000 US Toll Number
Access code: 645 220 864
that I can then just paste in an email.
Questions: is there an easier solution ? is there an existing add-on doing that ?
Thanks for any hints.
ps: if you can, please cc firstname.lastname@example.org
Apologies for the delay. There's no out of the box option for this, however, you could use the XML API GetMeeting/GetTrainingSession/GetEvent/GetSessionInfo to pull all meeting information and parse through it using XPath/DOM/etc or any existing packages/gems/etc that your preferred programming language may have available to use. You could then create whatever format you'd like and pull in the relevant results from the Get____ request.
One thing to note is that GetMeeting and its ilk require the host to authenticate and pull it. An admin/host cannot call GetMeeting on any meeting they did not schedule.
All of our XML API documentation is available at www.webexdeveloper.com -> Develop and Test -> XML API -> XML API Reference. A direct link to GetMeeting is below for reference, but keep in mind that this URL could change in the future which is why we recommend going to webexdeveloper.com to ensure it always redirects you to the right place. Other Get requests will be listed under their respective services.