General settings

As a team member, you can configure any specific room's general settings.

  • Room name You may give your room a name of your choice or let Digital Samba Embedded auto-generate a name for it, if you leave the field empty.

  • Room description You may optionally add a description to help other team members understand your purpose or even to keep it clear for yourself, over time.

  • Enable privacy In public rooms, participants can join using a simple room link that only includes the room name, without needing any additional token. However, in private rooms, participants will require a session token to join, so the link provided will need to include the necessary token for them to access the room.

  • Maximum participants Set the number of maximum allowed concurrent participants for the room. Note that each product / plan comes with a limit you won't be able to surpass. For details, please visit

  • Maximum number of broadcasters Set the maximum number of participants who can simultaneously video-conference in the room. Note that each product / plan comes with a limit you won't be able to surpass. For details, please visit

The platform supports two configurations: one allows up to 100 participants with simultaneous broadcasting capabilities for everyone, ideal for interactive meetings; the other configuration can host up to 500 participants, with up to 15 individuals able to broadcast concurrently, perfect for larger events or webinars

  • Language Select a language for the room’s UI. Supported languages: English, Español, Deutsch (Persönlich), Deutsch (Förmlich).

  • Enable language selection Allow each user to control application UI language on their side.

  • Roles Select a subset of roles for the room. The order in which they’re added will be the order in which they appear in the Participants panel.

  • Default role Select a role to be assigned to participants who join with no token (shared link to public room) or with a token without a role.

  • End-to-end encryption Secure usernames, chat messages, and video / audio streams, including shared screens with encryption keys that only participants in the room have access to.

E2EE is supported only on Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge and other Chromium-based browsers, as well as Mozilla Firefox 117 and later. Participants using other browsers will not be allowed joining, and will be prompted to use one of them.

Participants joining an end-to-end encrypted session will not be able to read any previously posted chat messages.

Token-carried usernames will not be end-to-end encrypted in sessions set with E2EE.

E2EE will be suspended while sessions are being recorded. All participant stream exchanges will continue to be end-to-end encrypted; however, our recorder will access the encryption key to decrypt the recording before storing, so that it's made available for watching, resulting in this temporary suspension of E2EE.

E2EE is incompatible with Captions. Captions will be disabled in end-to-end encrypted sessions.

  • Show logo in room When enabled, the logo will be shown in the room.

  • End session When enabled, the "End session" button will be available in the toolbar.

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