Meetings solutions are a dime a dozen. The fact that GoToMeeting ran a national ad campaign recently points to the ubiquity of solutions like it.
My initial perception walking into my current company was that WebEx is an old-school company. The integration with WebEx teams and Cisco equipment exceeded my expectations, however. I've yet to have a problem in a meeting room where we have cameras, integrated microphones, etc.
On to the bad. About a quarter of the time, I cannot log into WebEx Meetings. While this is less than desirable at face value, this also means that I'm unable to schedule a meeting (as the Outlook plugin automatically generates a unique link within the meeting invite). Sure, I can use my personal room, but I very much prefer the one-click functionality.
If you're left logged out, you can fortunately use WebEx teams to start your meeting...if you have the product. If not, you're left clicking through via Outlook, downloading the WebEx installer for the billionth time or running in-browser (which begs the question why you're not able to do so in the first place).
As for the screen sharing feature, it's pretty intuitive and I have no complaints. It's shocking that the issues I have with WebEx are technical rather than functional, but my coworkers and I resigned to the fact that logging you out is something that WebEx just does.