Do I need Slack or Google Chat to communicate with the other presenters?
No! Who wants to get aggravated with internal messages while giving an online presentation!? We’ve built a Team Chat feature that lets you talk amongst yourselves, inside of webinar.net Presenter Console. The attendees do not see this, only folks who have access to the Presenter Console.
Presenter Chat is on the left-hand navigation bar in the Presenter Console:
Present a Webinar: How to Chat with Other Presenters
Presenter Chat, the instant messaging service for presenters, is easy to use and allows presenters to chat with themselves without it being seen by the audience. Click the Presenter Chat icon on the left navigation bar to open. You can move the ...
What is the difference between Conversations, Q&A, and Group Chat?
When presentations are interactive, members of the audience are significantly more likely to pay attention, to stay engaged, and to stay tuned in. The Conversations feature allows presenters to send private messages to attendees. Conversations allow ...
Present a Webinar: How to Chat One-on-One with an Attendee
The Presenter Console chat feature allows webinar presenters and attendees to communicate for the duration of the webinar. Only presenters can initiate the one-to-one chat. Click the Attendees icon in the Presenter Console to view attendees in ...
What is the maximum number of presenters for one webinar?
The default maximum number of presenters for a single webinar is 12. However, we recommend having 1-4 presenters to ensure a well-organized webinar. Should you need more than 12 please reach out to email@example.com for assistance. What is a ...
Component Configuration: Group Chat
Note. Given the lack to control the conversation, this component is not available for On-Demand webinars. Worried about people talking over each other? By using the Group Chat component, attendees can chat directly with each other. The component can ...