Each program in the program list has a ‘hamburger menu’ where there are multiple alternatives to manage a live or on demand program.
Choose ‘Chapter list’ to add an agenda for your livestream. You can choose to paste the chapter list from a text document or insert them manually.
The agenda is saved automatically when it is inserted. Further changes such as changing the order of chapters, the title, or chapter types are also possible. By clicking on the chapter you want to edit, a box with options will appear.
The possibility to add speaker names in your live broadcast is done via ‘Speaker list’.
This is done similarly as with chapters by adding each speaker on separate rows.
When the program is prepared with chapters, speakers, and the live broadcast is starting you can go to ‘Live control’.
In the right side menu, chapters and speakers can be published on the live broadcast by clicking on the appropriate speaker or chapter. This will then be visible in the live broadcast as well as in the preview window.
From the same menu, you can handle the chat and polling.
In the upper right corner, the ‘Share’ button allows you to find the chat moderator link and the direct link for viewers.
In case you have Multi Presenter, you will also find the guest speaker invitation link.
The live control also show how long until the broadcast goes live, how long it has been going on, and how many people are watching.
On the right side menu you can manage the chatt and polling.
Respond to messages by typing in the box at the bottom.
It is possible to change certain settings and manage the chat via the moderator window.
It is also possible to delete messages or block users from writing any new messages.
If you have a chat with questions concerning different subjects it might be a good idea to add a second chat room. For example one chat room for question about the broadcast and another for technical questions or problems for the viewers.
The moderator and the viewers can switch between the two rooms depending on what kind of question or answer they have.
Viewer’s chat view
The viewer find a button that looks like two speech bubbles in the broadcasts layout.
The viewer submits their email and accept the chat conditions.
In the chat the viewers can write messages to other viewers or the moderators. All messages are visible to all viewers and moderators.
In the hamburger menu you will also find our voting tool. The voting tool gives the possibility to ask questions directly to live viewers. Click on voting and write a question, either during a live event or save a question in advance.
You can choose to allow a single or multiple answer(s)
The results of the poll is visible as soon as the viewer submits an answer. The poll can also be closed early by the moderator managing the poll.
The viewers receive the question directly in the broadcast player.