What does my webinar look like on mobile?
Do you need to join the webinar while on the go? No problem! Our mobile design allows you to join webinars from anywhere using your iOS, Android and Windows devices.
Viewing the webinar from your phone using in a horizontal (landscape mode) position, Presenter, Media Player, and Presentation components are enabled and accessible through the left-hand navigation. All other components are also available through this navigation as shown below:
Viewing on your phone in a vertical (portrait mode) view, Presenter, Media Player and Presentation components are enabled and accessible on the top navigation. Additional components are also accessible using this top navigation as shown below:
You can also access these components by selecting the "W." icon in the right hand corner as shown below:
Can I present via my mobile device?
To present a webinar you will need a Mac or Windows desktop, but attendees sure can watch webinar.net presentations on their phones and tablets!
Can I upload videos recorded on my mobile phone?
Yes, no problem! Make sure to record your video with your phone orientation in landscape mode. The following error message will appear when your video's resolution is not 16:9 or 4:3. How to upload a video with incorrect video resolution?
Present a Webinar: How to Present Using your Phone
Just click the Presenter URL, enter your name and email, and select Phone. The dial-in number options and presenter code are provided for you. See the example below, please select the number that work best for you and follow the steps on the left ...
Can I download a copy of the webinar slides?
If the presenter has uploaded their slides into the Resources components you will be able to access and download the webinar slides. Look for this icon on the lefthand navigation: Once clicked, the components window will display the files the ...
webinar.net offers a set of accessible keyboard shortcuts for attendees. Our accessibility is designed to work for people who experience disabilities, such as visual, hearing, motor, or cognitive impairments, and who may have software using an ...