Invite Someone on Stage During the Webinar

You can have up to  7 simultaneous streams on stage at the same time. 

This includes 1 media and up to 6 webcams or screen shares. Each webcam, screen share, or media counts as one stream. 

So it's up to you to decide how you'd like to allocate this 😉 We believe that above 7, it gets really hard to focus on the content.

So for example, you can have:

  • 6 people with just webcams
  • 6 people with just webcams + 1 media
  • 3 people with both their webcams and screensharing + 1 media

🚨 Warning: In order to go on stage (to share their webcam/microphone), the user needs to be using Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari (12.1+) or Edge (79+) on a computer.
You may also use some versions of mobile/tablet devices.

To invite someone (anyone) on stage during your webinar all you have to do is click on the three dots next to a profile in the Chat tab and click "Invite on stage". You can also invite someone on stage from the "People" tab. 

By doing this, you will send an invite to that person:

All they have to do is accept the invite. They will be prompted to configure their audio/video and go on stage afterwards.

Bear in mind that, webinar contributors do not have to be invited on stage. They can go on stage themselves by clicking on the green "Go on stage" button found in the webinar room.

Important notes:

  • To remove the guest from the stage, hover over their stream and click on the X in the dock (in the bottom center of their stream). If you want them on stage again, you will have to resend them an invite.
  • To cancel an invitation on stage, click again on the options button next to the attendee you invited. You will see a "Cancel invite" option. Click to cancel the invite.
  • The number of users on stage is limited to 6 at the same time. To accept a new guest on stage someone has to leave first. You can temporarily leave stage by clicking on the X in the bottom center of your stream. You can then come back on stage with the green "Go on stage" button.
  • If you disable someone else on stage's audio or video, they will need to re-enable it themselves in order to share their audio/video again. Each individual must control their own stream/stage settings. This is for privacy reasons and better webinar management to prevent contributors playing with each other's settings. 
  • Users must be using Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari 12.1+, or Microsoft Edge 79+ on a computer to go on stage. If the person you want to invite is using a mobile/tablet device or an old browser, you will see Invitation not available, like this :