Stakeholder support for your InEvent account

Fully equipped with your new InEvent subscription, you can now ensure that all of your key stakeholders are also able to get the most out of the InEvent platform.

Which stakeholders can InEvent train?

InEvent are happy to train all stakeholders for your event, including, but not limited to:

  • Speakers
  • Moderators
  • Staff
  • AV Production team
  • Producers
  • Media partners and sponsors

Adding stakeholders to your InEvent account.

Firstly, it is important to determine which of your stakeholders require access to your entire InEvent account, and who need access to certain events.

  • If you want to add a stakeholder to have total access, you can add them as a Global Administrator. Here, they will have access to the same information as the account owner.
    • This is a great option to provide to your event coordinators and organizers, who will be responsible for creating new events, and managing the access for other temporary staff, event assistants speakers, service providers, etc.
  • If you would like to give administrator access to stakeholders to specific events only, you can add them to individual events.
  • If you are inviting someone to act as an emcee, moderator, or AV professional, they can be provided with front end access only, as a presenter, speaker, or even host. To understand the different permission levels, click here.

Training for your stakeholders

All stakeholders that you have enabled InEvent platform access to (as either a global or event level administrator) will have access to the InEvent Help Center.

Here, they will be able to speak to our 24/7 Customer Happiness team for all queries big and small, and book training calls to become more familiar with the platform and all its functionalities.

We understand that each of your stakeholders will have specific needs, and we will be happy to ensure that they are completely comfortable with the platform ahead of your event.

Giving your AV team access to Live Stream with InEvent

When you are live streaming during a virtual event, you may want your AV team to control the camera feeds, stream layouts, and on screen content such as backgrounds, lower thirds, etc.

The person responsible for this can be set as the room host; this can be anyone enrolled in the event, admin or not.

Once they are set up as the room host, they will have exclusive control to start and end the stream, as well as coordinate who is onstage and who is backstage, and controlling additional on screen content.

You can share this article with the designated room host to learn more about all of the settings they can control.

Additional AV tools

Other useful tools for AV production can be found here, including accessing clean audio/video feeds, camera switchers and mic mirroring settings.

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