When you have back to back meetings using the same Bluejeans line, can you prevent people from joining too early?

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I have a lot of back to back meetings on my Bluejeans line, and sometimes people for the next meeting will start joining while my existing meeting is going, which can be problematic. For example if I have a confidential meeting from 2-3PM and another meeting at 3PM, at 255PM people for the 3PM meeting start joining my Bluejeans line. Is there anyway to prevent the people in the 3PM meeting from joining until I 'start' the next meeting? (One idea is to just use two different Bluejeans codes for back to back calls, but can I do this without having to use two different codes?)
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Neha Parikh

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I don't really see a good way of doing this without having separate meetings IDs...
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Scott Schramm

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It is not advisable to use your personal meeting ID for confidential meetings because of this reason. Best practice would be to schedule separate meetings using One Time Use meeting ID's rather then using your static personal ID.
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Using one time meeting ID is best recommendation and is advisable in this scenario. however, you can have a look at our "lock meeting" feature as well which is used to prevent users to jump in. In case.  The Moderator will have the option to lock the meeting, preventing any new connections from joining.

Warning, any endpoint that leaves the meeting will be unable to rejoin until the meeting has been unlocked.

http://bluejeans.force.com/KnowledgeSearch/articles/Knowledge_Base/Meeting-Controls