Co-Presenter - What I Can Do In The Session

What is a Co-Presenter

Designating Co-Presenters

What can Co-Presenters do

 


What is a Co-Presenter

A Co-Presenter is a role that is designated by the creator of the session also known as the Host.  This allows one or more participants to assist in managing the session. They do not have full Host privileges (see section: What can Co-Presenters do ). The Host and Co-Presenters work in tandem within the session. For example, if the Host “starts” a video then the Co-Presenter could “pause” or “stop” the video. Likewise if the co-presenter opened a presentation in pane 2, but then the Host decided to invite an attendee to screen share, the last action taken overrides the previous action

 

Designating Co-Presenters

The Host can invite a participant in the role of a Co-Presenter or assign this role on the fly within the session.

 

Click on Settings to the far right of the participants name in the Attendee List.  Then click "Make Presenter".  Once the Presenter status has been enabled, the Host will need to click the Co-Presenter icon next to the user's name to activate it.

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The Host of the session appears at the top of the attendee list followed by the Co-Host, then Co-Presenters, then Attendees.

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What can Co-Presenters do

 

Feature in Session Host Co-Presenter
Play/Pause/Stop Video X X
Play/Pause/Stop Audio X X
Ability to release Audio/Video/Documents/Presentations in session X X
Ability to open documents X X
Ability to open presentation X X
Ability to screen share X X
Ability to use laser pointer X X
Ability to use annotation tools X X
Disable/Allow Mics X

X

Allow Multiple Mics X

X

View/Clear Feedback X X
Send Room Check X X
Save/Reset Session Layout X X
Ability to invite and change user’s roles while in the session. X  
Ability to view/run reports.

 

X

 

Ability to fully manage breakout rooms.

***The Presenter is able to create and manage breakout rooms, but once they move themselves into any room, they lose their Presenter status.

 

X

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Start SSR X X
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