Webinar Breakout rooms
Breakout rooms aim to facilitate interactions and leverage group within a webinar. You can take advantage of this feature if your attendees need to discuss particular ideas and topics within several groups simultaneously. This article intends to teach you how to use this feature inside your webinar Live stream.
Webinar: Troubleshooting guide
This article lists instructions on how to solve certain errors that may occur in your Webinar Live stream. In case you are experiencing an error not listed here, please take a look through our other related articles or contact our 24/7 customer support team on InEvent's platform.
In Webinar reports, you will be able to see how many of your sessions were viewed, who viewed them, and for how long.
When presenting a live session is important for presenters to receive their audience's reactions in real time. The live reactions make the presentation more interactive and for this reason, InEvent provides a set of emojis to be used during the Live Stream.
In this article, you will learn how to create Quizzes for your InEvent webinar, and how to edit and remove them.
Set InEvent Webinar Tools
Choose the tools you will be using in each InEvent Webinar you are hosting.
Files - InEvent Webinar
With the upload of files and documents, you will be able to share scientific articles, sponsors’ catalogs, and even presentations with the InEvent's Webinar participants. This article intends to show you how to upload and delete files, as well as where they will be available to your audience within your InEvent Webinar.
Speakers - InEvent Webinar
Manage the InEvent Webinar speakers in a simple and efficient way. All inserts and changes made to the platform are automatically updated in the Live Stream.
Comments - InEvent Webinar
Track and control the communication and interaction of participants within the InEvent Webinar.
Coupons - InEvent Webinars
Creating coupons can make your InEvent Webinar a lot more attractable to the audience, as everybody loves a discount when purchasing a ticket. Learn how to create them at the InEvent platform.
Questions - InEvent Webinar
Through the Live Stream, attendees can interact with the speakers with direct questions, but filtered by the organization. You can automate their approval, as well as save the questions on the final report of the InEvent Webinar. The most voted questions are selected and can be answered in real-time by the speaker.
Feedback - InEvent Webinar
There are a lot of good reasons why you should have attendees giving their feedbacks after the InEvent webinar, for example, to learn what improvements can be done the next time, or also to show the attendees that you are approachable and that you respect their inputs.
Webinar Ticket Management
Using the ticket management dashboard, you will be able to configure your tickets, coupons, and payments, as well as create different types of tickets for your public and analyze your webinar success. Besides that, you can also separate tickets per group, segmentation, custom form, or invitees' name.
Polling - InEvent Webinar
Polls can be created in your Live Stream. The main purpose is to increase the interaction of users in the webinar.
Email creator - InEvent Webinar
This article intends to teach you how to send personalized emails or some specific communication that you want to pass to your webinar attendees or some predetermined list.
Submissions: how to view registration form answers - Webinar
On the submissions tab of the registration form, you will be able to see all answered submitted from attendees or applicants.
Add registration form to external website - Webinar
If you wish to embed your registration form on an existing external (non-InEvent) website you can use an iFrame.
Registration Form Settings - Webinar
When using the registration form you can collect important data from the attendees enrolled in the event. This article intends to explain what each tool of the registration form setting does and how they will, individually or grouped, affect the form. Based on your event's need you can adjust it accordingly.
Registration Form - Webinar
You can collect important data from the attendees enrolled in the Webinar through the Registration form. The standard registration form included in the platform requires name, e-mail address, username, password, role and company information. Other questions can be added by the Webinars admin in addition to these. It is also possible to edit the default questions' labels or remove them from the form.
Invitation List - Webinar
Creating an Invitation List to your Webinar allows you to invite your target public with no costs, only after confirming their presence, they will be counted as registration credit. This article intends to show you how to add invitees to your event, edit their information, send out the invites individually or as a group.
Waitlists and approval requirement - Webinar
This feature allows the administrators to set an Webinar capacity and have people being sent to the waitlist once that capacity is reached. Another option would be to manage all admissions and to have the option of accepting or rejecting those who have registered for the Webinar.
Sponsors - InEvent Webinar
This article intends to teach you how to manage sponsors when creating your InEvent Webinar.
How do I create Webinar certificates of attendance?
Webinar attendees are often looking forward to receiving a certificate once the event is over so they are able to add it to their CV, and set themselves apart in a competitive industry. This article intends to give you a step-by-step on how to generate automated and personalized certificates of attendance for your webinar.
That initial information page is generally your webinar’s participant's first contact with the webinar itself and is important for all the information to be available and clear to them. This article intends to explain to you all the settings options available on the webinar details page.
Webinar - Configuring your Live Stream
This article teaches you how to chose the settings for your Webinar Livestream, this implies what the participants will see when they are connected during the live event.