Before getting started with your webinar, you have to distinguish between webinar speakers and webinar viewers

What are webinar speakers and webinar viewers?

Webinar Speakers
Webinar speakers are those, who are the so-called hosts. This means, that they have always access to the webinar group and can change settings before, during and after the webinar happened.

Normally, one or more of the hosts have the right to speak during the webinar- which means that also multi-speaker webinars are possible with eyeson. All webinars are saved as well in their history. They have the same rights like a video meeting group host has.

Webinar Viewers
Webinar viewers are those, who are just watching the webinar. This means, that they only get an invitation for watching the webinar. For them, this is a single event. The only option for contributing to the webinar is to write comments and ask questions in the chat, which is explained in this article.

How do I add webinar speakers and webinar viewers to my webinar?

As you can see you, eyeson provides you with webinar links which have to be sent prior to the webinar.

Note: Just make sure to send the rights links since the link for the speakers is different compared to the link for the viewer!

Webinar Speakers 

If the webinar speaker does have an account, the new webinar group is visible in his or her account after an invitation has been accepted. However, clarify beforehand which email address he or she uses for eyeson. It has to be the same one!

If the webinar speaker does not have an account, a new sign-up is necessary. Again, this has to be clarified before the invitation has been sent out, since the email address has to be identical as well. 

Webinar Viewer 

Webinar Viewer are added like the webinar speaker. Just send invitations including the webinar room link which is provided. However, these webinar viewer have to sign-in for watching a webinar. The viewers have only to click on the link which is sent out by the hosts to watch the webinar. So easy!

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