Roles and permissions

Roles are an essential part of every webinar or moderated meeting. A role is essentially a named set of permissions. You need to have moderators/hosts who can remove misbehaving participants or allow only specific people to speak. And then you have the attendees/audience who are watching the presentation and don't have permissions on managing the meeting. All of these scenarios are possible to achieve with our flexible roles and permissions model. We allow you to create as many custom roles as you need and configure them in your rooms.

The following predefined roles are provided by default to your team, so you can have a flying start doing moderated meetings or webinars. Of course you can also create as many custom roles as you wish if you need to support very peculiar use cases. Moderators - the "owners" of the meeting. Allowed to do everything inside the room. Speakers - the "presenters" of the meeting/webinar. They are allowed by default to enable camera and microphone and also screenshare. Still they are not as powerful as the "moderators" - e.g. a speaker cannot kick participants from the meeting. Attendees - the "consumers" of the presented content. Allowed to only watch what is being presented inside the room. Attendees can raise hand if they want to say something, but a moderator needs to approve their request to speak.


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