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titleWizywebinar Quick Start User Guide

This document is a complete guide explaining how you can enable access to Wizywebinar and use it to schedule and run webinars. 

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This document is a complete guide explaining how you can enable access to Wizywebinar and use it to schedule and run your webinars. 

Created: January 2021

Updated: August October 2021

Permalink: https://confluence.wildix.com/x/W4PPB

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  • Fully cloud-based, fully web-based, no client. No hardware required
  • Enterprise Security. Data is always protected with the highest level of SHA-256 with RSA Encryption
  • HD video conferencing. Up to high definition video quality and content sharing in 1080p
  • Record your meetings. Full MP4 recordings in HD with a single click, in the cloud
  • Lobby. Set up a lobby for your video conference and let your participants join later
  • Screen sharing
  • Questions & answers. Let your participants ask questions during a video conference
  • Spam control. Ban users straight from the chat or mute it temporarily
  • Hand raise. Call on engaged students with a virtual hand raise for organized participation
  • Content library. Upload and share files with your audience and other speakers
  • Whiteboard mark-up. Annotate as you present right on your screen
  • Broadcast live. On Facebook or YouTube, wherever your audience is
  • Mobile friendly. 
Connect from any phone, tablet, or mobile device

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Schedule a webinar session

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  • Go to Collaboration -> Webinar
  • Click Welcome located in the top left-hand part of the menu and select My profile 
  • Change timezone/ language

    Warning

    Make sure the timezone corresponds to the one a webinar is going to take place in. 


  • Click Update to save the changes: 

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  1. Click New Meeting:

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  2. Fill out mandatory fields: Topic, Start date and Duration:

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    Timezone: by default, your sessions are scheduled with your timezone. In case Important: When scheduling a webinar, please check the timezone and make sure it corresponds to the timezone the meeting is going to take place in a different timezone you can change it by clicking . If you need to change the timezone, click change.


  3. (Optional) Set Password and Friendly URL:

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    Password: If you would like your webinars to be more protected, you can generate a password for them. You have the choice to make up a password or click on Generate and a password will be created for you. Once you share the Webinar link with a participant, remember that you need to give them the password too.

    Friendly URL: You can customize the URL of your webinar. Otherwise, a random session ID will be created for you.


(Optional, you can do it later) Invite participants: 

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  • Check the box Invite Participants
  • Enter First Name, Last Name, Email

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  • , choose role(Audience or Speaker) and click Add

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  • Detailed information about adding participants is described in the Participants section

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  • Click Save in the lower part of the screen

Once saved, the scheduled meeting will appear on

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your Schedule (on the left panel, below Dashboard). 

Edit or delete a scheduled webinar

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In this menu, you can see webinars scheduled by all the users, but you can edit only webinars scheduled by you.


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Schedule a webinar - advanced options

  1. Click on the Schedule menu from the left-hand panel (1)panel 
  2. Hover the mouse cursor over your scheduled meeting and click on the Pencil icon (Edit meeting) (2):

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  3. Click on Advanced options in the lower part of the screen:

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Invite participants: add manually, import via CSV file, add from Address Book 
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  • Participants tab. In this menu, you can add participants to your webinar using one of 3 modes:
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Scroll down and click on Browse to select the CSV file on your PC (1)

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Make sure your CSV file is compliant with the required format: first_name, last_name, email, role (1 = speaker, 2 = audience), including headers.

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or download a sample CSV file: Sample Wizywebinar participants import.csv.

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  • 1 - add participants manually: enter user’s name (1), email (2), set a role (3) and click Add (4). By default, new contacts are automatically saved in Address Book, unless you change this behavior (see the additional control options in this section):

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Participants appear in the list of Speakers/ Audience, depending on their role:

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When the list of participants is complete, scroll down and hit Save:

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A new dialog opens, make your choice, whether or not the invitation emails should be sent to the participants: 

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Schedule a webinar - advanced options

  1. Click on the Schedule menu from the left-hand panel
  2. Hover the mouse cursor over your scheduled meeting and click on the Pencil icon (Edit meeting

  3. Click Advanced options in the lower part of the screen:

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Description, Agenda, Recurrent webinar, Calendar link or file

In the first tab (Schedule), you have the following options to customize your webinar:

  • Set a webinar as a Recurring event (1)
  • Add Description (2)
  • Add Agenda (3)
  • Decide whether or not to attach a calendar link/ file to the invitation email (4) 

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Below the Browse button there are the following checkboxes providing you with additional control options:

  • Add new contacts to address book 
  • Hide user count: when enabled, the total number and names of participants are visible in the participants’ panel
  • Hide all notifications in the live room/ in recordings 
  • Note: When you add participants, you always need to indicate their role:

    • Speaker someone who runs the webinar, broadcasts their audio and video and controls various aspects of the webinar. There can be more than one speaker. Speakers have a number of privileges over other participants, which include: the ability to speak, show video, start the recording, manage other participants, use group chat for speakers, and more as you’ll see later in this guide
    • Audience – mostly passive listeners of the webinar. By default, they don’t have permission to speak, unless allowed by speakers. If needed, they can interact using chat in Conversations, Questions and Answers, etc.

    There is also an Account holder – someone who sets up the webinar and the only person who can edit the details of the event before it starts. Account holder belongs to Speakers of the webinar by default. 


  • 2 - add participants from Address Book: you can add them one by one or select multiple participants

To add one by one, start typing participant's name or email, choose them from the drop-down list below, set role and click Add. Or click the Plus icon next to email (1), find participants in the list, check the box in front of them (2), set a role (the role applies to all users you choose), and click Add 

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  • 3 - import participants: click on Browse to select the CSV file on your PC (1) and click Upload to import the list of participants (2): 

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    Make sure your CSV file is compliant with the required format: first_name, last_name, email, role (1 = speaker, 2 = audience), including headers.

    Example: 

    first_namelast_nameemailrole
    first_name_of_person1last_name_of_person2email@person11
    first_name_of_person2last_name_of_person2email@person22

    or download a sample CSV file: Sample Wizywebinar participants import.csv.


Access control: Lobby and Early access

Click on the tab Access. In this menu, you can control the access permissions to your webinar:

  • Private/ Public (1): if you choose Private, only registered/ invited guests can enter the webinar. If you choose Public, anyone with the link can join
  • Turn on lobby (2): this feature allows you to manage who enters the room. When enabled, participants show up in the lobby list and are held there, unless the webinar host allows certain participants to enter the webinar or decides to remove a participant from the list 
  • Early access: this option allows you to control how early participants can join the webinar:
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  • Once imported, participants appear in the list of Speakers/ Audience, depending on their role: 

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  • When the list of participants is complete, scroll down and hit Save

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  • A new dialog opens, make your choice, whether or not the invitation emails should be sent to the participants:  

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Below the Browse button there are the following checkboxes providing you with additional control options:

  • Add new contacts to address book (1) - when enabled, all newly added contact are automatically added to Address Book
  • Hide user count (2): when enabled, people in the audience can't see the total number and names of participants in the participants’ panel
  • Hide all notifications in the live room/ in recordings (3) - these options allow you to remove all non-critical UI notifications (e.g. when someone joins a webinar) from a session and UI notifications from recordings correspondingly
  • Display participants' names as (4) - decide how to display participants' name: full name, initials etc

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Click on the tab Audio & Video. In this menu, you can decide whether other speakers or broadcasters should join a webinar session with the possibility to automatically enable audio and video 

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Registration: allowing participants to register for a session

Click on the tab Registration. In this menu, you can activate a registration page for participants. To activate it, check off Allow registration or Require registration. There are predefined fields, but you can customize the way the registration page should look like:

  • Custom fields (1): here you can add your own custom form fields and decide if you want to make any of these fields mandatory during the registration process
  • Friendly URL(2): customize your registration URL rather than use the randomly generated characters to identify your event registration page
  • Require password (3): optionally require a password before a participant can complete registration
  • Limit registrants (4): You may want to cap the amount of people who can register for your event
  • Show message (5): Once someone has completed the registration process – you can modify the message that is shown or redirect them to a webpage of your choice
  • Registration period (6)set a time limit after which participants will no longer be allowed to register for your event

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Example of the registration page:

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Send invitations: Customizing invitation email, reminder and follow-up emails

Click on the tab Send Invitations. In this menu, you can customize the email sent out to the participants:

  • Send a customized invitation email (1): here you can customize the content of your invitation email
  • Send a reminder email/ second reminder email (2): here you can decide when the first and the second reminder emails should be sent, as well as the content of these emails
  • Send a follow-up email to attendees/ absentees (3): customize emails to be sent out to those who attended the webinar, and to those who were invited but didn't attend:

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Join a scheduled webinar session as a host

  1. Click on the Schedule menu from the left-hand panel
  2. Click on the scheduled Webinar to enter the room

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The webinar room opens in a new browser tab and you are prompted to set the speakers:

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After joining the webinar room, your Collaboration user status changes to DND.

Camera and microphone controls

By default, you enter the room with the webcam and microphone disabled (you can change it in Audio & Video settings).

Click on the Camera and Microphone icons on the left panel to enable them:

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You can additionally activate HD video and reduce screenshare bandwidth  in Video and audio settings (see below).

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To access Camera, Microphone and Speakers settings:

  1. Click on the Settings button (Gear icon) at the bottom of the left panel -> Video and audio
  2. Click on Video and Audio tab:

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Managing the Participants

There are two types of user roles: 

  • Speaker: someone who can broadcast their audio and video as well as control all aspects of the webinar. Note that the number of Speakers per 1 Wizywebinar license is limited to one Speaker
  • Audience: someone who attends the webinar and is largely a passive viewer. They cannot share their content in a meeting unless granted permission to do so by a Speaker

To manage Participants you need to open the Participants panel: click on the Participants button on the left panel:

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Invite participants during a webinar

Click on the Invite Participants button located on the left panel:

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You have two options here: 

  • Invite people by email: enter person's First/ Last names and email into the field and hit Enter. A person receive an email with the link to join. The link is pre-authenticated, so they don't need to insert the password, should your webinar have any. You can drag and drop the added email addresses to assign them the Speaker role. Once you have built your invite list, hit the green Invite button:

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  • Share this link to invite other participants: this option allows you to send out the meeting link and password manually to the intended audience 

Manage lobby

The lobby feature can be either enabled upon scheduling a webinar or during the session. 

Disable/ enable lobby during the session:

  1. Click on the Lock icon in the upper part of the Participants panel to enable/ disable the lobby:

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A green dot right next to the Participants icon indicates that the lobby is active. 

When the lobby is turned on, all the participants’ names are listed under the Users Waiting in the Lobby section in the Participants panel. From there, you have the option to (1) Allow into the roomRemove participant, or (2) Allow all users into the room:

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Manage the audience

  1. Click on the Participants icon
  2. Find your audience member in the list and click on three dots in the upper part of the Participants panel:

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Here you have the following options:

  • Move to speaker: gives administrative permission to a participant as well as the possibility to broadcast their audio and video
  • Give broadcast permission: gives permission to broadcast audio and video 
  • Give presentation permission: grants permission to the webinar's whiteboard, and a permission to start screen sharing
  • Ban participant: allows you to ban participant for a period of time by their IP
  • Remove participant: expells participant from the webinar
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You can remove certain permission (e.g. presentation or broadcast) in the same way as you granted it.

Stop other broadcasts

A Speaker has the ability to stop all other broadcasts in a room, except for their own:

  1. Click the Participants icon
  2. Click on the three dots next to the lock icon and click Stop other broadcasts
  3. A new dialog opens, confirm by clicking Stop broadcast:

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Mute all

A Speaker has the ability to mute all other participants including other speakers. Tick off Mute newcomers if you want to mute new participants as they join a session. 

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Click Mute all located in the lower left-hand part of the screen

A new dialog opens, confirm by clicking Mute all:

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Ask user to unmute

Ask user to unmute is an option available to speakers, which allows them to ask another speaker to unmute their microphone:

Next to the relevant speaker's name click the muted microphone icon. Then, on the pop-up window that appears, press the Ask to unmute button:

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Conversations

Conversations panel is where you can interact with your Audience, and where they can interact with you and each other throughout the meeting.

Click on the Message icon on the left panel to open the Conversations panel:

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In here, Speakers will see two channels :

  • Everyone: this is a channel for chatting with everyone in the meeting
  • Speakers: this is a private channel for Speakers only. Audience members will not have access to Speakers channel

You access a channel by clicking on it.

Both Speakers and Audience members can do a lot in Conversations – like react to messages with emojis or format text in different styles.

Speakers can also clear chat history and both Speakers and Audience can export chat history by clicking on the three dots in the upper part of the Conversations panel.

Questions and Answers

When inside a meeting, you have the option to ask questions as Audience and Speakers will be able to answer them.

Click on the Question icon on the left panel to open the Questions & Answers panel:

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To answer, click on the question and type your answer below. You can answer privately if you choose to.

Live answer

This option allows you to show the message to everyone on the main screen and to answer it live.

To use the live answer option: click on the queued question and hit Live Answer in the lower part of the Questions & Answers panel (next to Type your answer here) and start answering.

The question shows Being answered live next to it until you hit Stop – then it shows as Answered live:

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Request a vote

You can start a vote related to questions with other audience members. 

To request a public vote: click on the three dots next to the question and click Request public vote.

You can see the number change while the audience members cast their votes: 

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Screen share

Once inside your meeting, to start screen share, click on the Screen icon on the left panel. 

You can choose among three options:

  • Your Entire Screen allows you to share everything that is showing on your desktop
  • Application Window allows you to select a specific program and only share that selection with your audience
  • Browser Tab allows you to select only one tab from the ones you have open in your browser to share with your audience:

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To stop sharing your screen, click on the Screen icon once again. 

Whiteboard

To open the in-meeting whiteboard, click on the Whiteboard button (Pencil icon) on the left panel. Speakers have a set of whiteboard tools on the right-hand side of the Content Viewer window, for drawing on a whiteboard or annotating shared documents:

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Content library 

Content Library is where you manage documents and other media that you plan to share with your audience in a webinar. It supports lots of file types including all office document formats as well as MP4s and many image formats.

To access Content library, click on the Graph icon on the left panel:

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Upload file and share it with the Audience

  1. Click on Create new in the upper part of the Content library panel. Click Upload file from the drop-down list and select the file to upload
  2. Once the file has been uploaded, hover the mouse cursor over it and click on the Eye icon next to the name of the file
  3. File preview opens. Click Show from the file preview that file: 

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You also have an option to share a file from URL without uploading it or a web app: click on Create new and select the corresponding options from the drop-down list:

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You can use the same set of tools available for the Whiteboard (on the right-hand side of the screen), to annotate your documents:

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Description, Agenda, Recurrent webinar, Calendar link or file

In the first tab (Schedule), you have the following options to customize your webinar:

  • Set a webinar as a Recurring event (1)
  • Add Description (2)
  • Add Agenda (3)
  • Decide whether or not to attach a calendar link/ file to the invitation email (4) 

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Access control: Lobby and Early access

Click on the Access tab. In this menu, you can control the access permissions to your webinar:

  • Private/ Public (1): if you choose Private, only registered/ invited guests can enter the webinar. If you choose Public, anyone with the link can join
  • Turn on lobby (2): this feature allows you to manage who enters the room. When enabled, participants show up in the lobby list and are held there, unless the webinar host allows certain participants to enter the webinar or decides to remove a participant from the list
  • Restrict early access (3): this option allows you to control how early participants can join the webinar
  • Make visible on your public page (4): this option lets you display all events scheduled from your account on a dedicated public page. Depending on registration requirements, users may be able to join or register for your webinars through this page
  • At the session login require guests to provide (5): choose which information to request from guests when they join the session via the link. Guests are those people who didn’t register for the webinar and weren’t invited via email, so they don’t have a private link to join
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Audio & Video: starting audio and video broadcast automatically 
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Click on the Audio & Video tab. In this menu, you can decide whether other speakers or broadcasters should join a webinar session with the possibility to automatically enable audio and video 

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Registration: allowing participants to register for a session

Click on the Registration tab. In this menu, you can activate a registration page for participants. To activate it, check off Allow registration or Require registration. There are predefined fields, but you can customize the way the registration page should look like:

  • Custom fields (1): Here you can add your own custom form fields and decide if you want to make any of these fields mandatory during the registration process. If you have several custom fields, you can drag and drop them to change the order.

  • Friendly URL(2): customize your registration URL rather than use the randomly generated characters to identify your event registration page
  • Require password (3): Optionally require a password before a participant can complete registration
  • Limit registrants (4): You may want to cap the amount of people who can register for your event
  • Show message (5): Once someone has completed the registration process – you can modify the message that is shown or redirect them to a webpage of your choice
  • Registration period (6): Set a time limit after which participants will no longer be allowed to register for your event
  • Event Photo (7): The image that represents your event. This can be a logo, a picture of the speaker, etc. 

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Example of the registration page:

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To see the list of those who have registered or were invited to your webinar, go to the Reports tab and download the CSV or Excel file. You can find more information about reports in the Statistics section of this guide.

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Click on the Send invitations tab. In this menu, you can customize the email sent out to the participants:

  • Send a customized invitation email (1): here you can customize the content of your initial invitation email. Once you check this option, an Email Content window opens, where you can type in the desired content of the custom invitation email:
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When customizing content of the invitation email, you can use the following variables:

    • {first_name} - invitee's first name
    • {last_name} - invitee's last name
    • {company} - invitee's company
    • {user_first_name} - your first name 
    • {user_last_name} - your last name
    • {user_company} - your company
    • {user_email} - your email
    • {start} - start time of the event
    • {timezone} - timezone
    • {topic} - event name/topic
    • {description} - description of the event
    • {agenda} - agenda of the event
    • {personal_link} - personal invitation link identifying the invitee
    • {event_registration_link} - access link to the event, may require user to enter name
    • {session_link} - session friendly link
    • {password} - session password
    • {event_page_link} - event page link
    • {join_button} - join button
    • {agenda_files} - block containing links to attached files
    • {ics_link} - link to the calendar file
  • Send a reminder email/ second reminder email (2): here you can decide when the first and the second reminder emails should be sent, as well as the content of these emails
  • Send a follow-up email to attendees/ absentees (3): customize emails to be sent out to those who attended the webinar, and to those who were invited but didn't attend
    When configuring reminder and follow-up emails, you also have an option to attach files and send a copy of the emails to yourself
  • Send a list of invitee join links to myself (4): tick it off if you want to receive a CSV file with the join links of all invitees to your account email
  • Email Header/ Footer (5): upload a custom image that should be used as a header or footer.
    Requirements to the image: 
    • Recommended dimensions: 200px wide, 50px high (Maximum: 600px wide, 600px high)
    • Format: png is preferred. gif and jpg will be auto-converted to png. 
    • Filesize: Max 512 KB
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Join a scheduled webinar session as a host

  1. Click on the Schedule menu from the left-hand panel
  2. Click on the scheduled Webinar to enter the room

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The webinar room opens in a new browser tab and you are prompted to set the speakers:

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After joining the webinar room, your Collaboration user status changes to DND.

Camera and microphone controls

By default, you enter the room with the webcam and microphone disabled (you can change it in Audio & Video settings).

Click on the Camera and Microphone icons on the left panel to enable them:

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You can additionally activate HD video and reduce screenshare bandwidth  in Video and audio settings (see below).

To access Camera, Microphone and Speakers settings:

  1. Click on the Settings button (Gear icon) at the bottom of the left panel -> Video and audio
  2. Click on Video and Audio tab
  3. Change the desired settings
  4. Click Apply to save the changes
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Managing the Participants

As mentioned, there are two types of user roles: 

  • Speaker: someone who can broadcast their audio and video as well as control all aspects of the webinar. Note that the number of Speakers per 1 Wizywebinar license is limited to one Speaker
  • Audience: someone who attends the webinar and is largely a passive viewer. They cannot share their content in a meeting unless granted permission to do so by a Speaker

To manage Participants you need to open the Participants panel: click on the Participants button on the left panel:

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Invite participants during a webinar

Speakers can invite more people to the room at any time by clicking on the Invite Participants button located on the left panel:

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You have two options here: 

  • Invite people by email: enter person's First/ Last names and email into the field and hit Enter. A person receives an email with the link to join. The link is pre-authenticated, so they don't need to insert the password, should your webinar have any. You can drag and drop the added email addresses to assign them the Speaker role. Once you have built your invite list, hit the green Invite button:
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  • Share this link to invite other participants: this option allows you to send out the meeting link and password manually to the intended audience 
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Note: If the event is private, simply sharing the link won’t work. In this case, you need to invite users via email.

The same applies to events that require registration.


Manage lobby

The lobby feature can be either enabled upon scheduling a webinar or during the session. 

Disable/ enable lobby during the session:

  1. Click on the Lock icon in the upper part of the Participants panel to enable/ disable the lobby:
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A green dot right next to the Participants icon indicates that the lobby is active. 

When the lobby is turned on, all the participants’ names are listed under the Users Waiting in the Lobby section in the Participants panel. From there, you have the option to (1) Allow into the roomRemove participant, or (2) Allow all users into the room:

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Manage the audience

  1. Click on the Participants icon
  2. Find your audience member in the list and click on three dots in the upper part of the Participants panel:
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Here you have the following options:

  • Move to speaker: gives administrative permission to a participant as well as the possibility to broadcast their audio and video
  • Give broadcast permission: gives permission to broadcast audio and video 
  • Give presentation permission: grants permission to the webinar's whiteboard, and a permission to start screen sharing
  • Ban participant: allows you to ban participant for a period of time by their IP
  • Remove participant: expells participant from the webinar
Note

You can remove certain permission (e.g. presentation or broadcast) in the same way as you granted it.

Stop other broadcasts

A Speaker has the ability to stop all other broadcasts in a room, except for their own:

  1. Click the Participants icon
  2. Click on the three dots next to the lock icon and click Stop other broadcasts
  3. A new dialog opens, confirm by clicking Stop broadcast:
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Mute all

A Speaker has the ability to mute all other participants including other speakers. Tick off Mute newcomers if you want to mute new participants as they join a session. 

  1. Click on the Participants icon
  2. Click Mute all located in the lower left-hand part of the screen

  3. A new dialog opens, confirm by clicking Mute all:

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Ask user to unmute

Ask user to unmute is an option available to speakers, which allows them to ask another speaker to unmute their microphone:

  1. Next to the relevant speaker's name click the muted microphone icon. Then, on the pop-up window that appears, press the Ask to unmute button:


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  2. The speaker is then prompted to unmute:

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Conversations

Conversations panel is where you can interact with your Audience, and where they can interact with you and each other throughout the meeting.

Click on the Message icon on the left panel to open the Conversations panel:

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In here, Speakers will see two channels :

  • Everyone: this is a channel for chatting with everyone in the meeting
  • Speakers: this is a private channel for Speakers only. Audience members will not have access to Speakers channel

You access a channel by clicking on it.

Both Speakers and Audience members can do a lot in Conversations – like react to messages with emojis or format text in different styles.

Speakers can also clear chat history and both Speakers and Audience can export chat history by clicking on the three dots in the upper part of the Conversations panel.

Questions and Answers

When inside a meeting, you have the option to ask questions as Audience and Speakers will be able to answer them.

Click on the Question icon on the left panel to open the Questions & Answers panel:

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To answer, click on the question and type your answer below. You can answer privately if you choose to.

Live answer

This option allows you to show the message to everyone on the main screen and to answer it live.

To use the live answer option: click on the queued question and hit Live Answer in the lower part of the Questions & Answers panel (next to Type your answer here) and start answering.

The question shows Being answered live next to it until you hit Stop – then it shows as Answered live:

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Request a vote

You can start a vote related to questions with other audience members. 

To request a public vote: click on the three dots next to the question and click Request public vote.

You can see the number change while the audience members cast their votes: 

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Screen share

Once inside your meeting, to start screen share, click on the Screen icon on the left panel. 

You can choose among three options:

  • Your Entire Screen allows you to share everything that is showing on your desktop
  • Application Window allows you to select a specific program and only share that selection with your audience
  • Browser Tab allows you to select only one tab from the ones you have open in your browser to share with your audience:
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To stop sharing your screen, click on the Screen icon once again. 

Whiteboard

To open the in-meeting whiteboard, click on the Whiteboard button (Pencil icon) on the left panel. Speakers have a set of whiteboard tools on the right-hand side of the Content Viewer window, for drawing on a whiteboard or annotating shared documents:

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Content library 

Content Library is where you manage documents and other media that you plan to share with your audience in a webinar. It supports lots of file types including all office document formats as well as MP4s and many image formats.

To access Content library, click on the Graph icon on the left panel. By default, there is Shared Files folder. In this folder you can find all media that you shared with other speakers or which was shared with you:

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Note

Note: The files and links you upload to your Content library remain in your Wizywebinar account even after the event is over, so you can further reuse them in other webinars.


Upload file and share it with the Audience

  1. Click on Create new in the upper part of the Content library panel. Click Upload file from the drop-down list and select the file to upload

  2. Once the file has been uploaded, share it with the Audience 
  3. Option 1. You can double-click the file you want to share
  4. Option 2. You can hover the mouse cursor over it and click on the Eye icon next to the name of the file. File preview opens. Click Show from the file preview to show that file to the audience: 

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  5. You can allow the Audience to download the shared file: click on the Lock icon next to the Download Arrow to give permission:
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To stop sharing the file,  click the button at the top right of the screen: 

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You also have an option to share a file from URL without uploading it or a web app: click on Create new and select the corresponding options from the drop-down list: 

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You can use the same set of tools available for the Whiteboard (on the right-hand side of the screen), to annotate your documents:

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Share files with other speakers

You can share media of your Content library with other speakers. To do this, click on the three dots next to the necessary file and press Share:

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The shared file is then marked as shared and is added to the Shared files folder:

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The speakers you’ve shared the file with, can access it in their Shared files folder, download, and show it to the audience.

To unshare the file, click on the three dots -> Unshare:

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Play a YouTube video 

  1. Click on Create new in the upper part of the Content library panel. Click Add YouTube video from the drop-down 
  2. New dialog Add YouTube video opens, enter the URL of the video into the input field and click Add
  3. Double-click on the name of the video to show it to the Audience:

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For detailed instructions on how to get the stream key, read the guide: https://training.wildix.com/ubiconf-live-streaming/.the guide: How to Start Live Stream.

Recording webinars

To start/stop a recording, click on the Recording button from the left panel:

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To access your recordings:

  1. Open Wizywebinar tab in Collaboration
  2. Click Recordings from the left panel
  3. Double-click on the file to view the recording. Hover the mouse over  and click the green arrow-down icon to download it:
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End a webinar session

To end a webinar session, click on the Leave/ End session button (Exit icon) from the left panel:

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Click the Gear icon from the left panel. A new dialog opens, allowing you to adjust the following settings:

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  • Enable chat
  • Enable private chats (disabled by default)
  • Enable questions & answers
  • Enable request to broadcast (disabled by default): when enabled, a participant can raise a hand to request to broadcast; you can give broadcast permission from the Participants panel:  

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  • Enable shared notes (disabled by default): when enabled, speakers can add and edit notes by clicking on the Note icon from the left panel; in 3 seconds notes are shared with the participants:

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Change layout

Participants, including speakers and audience, can choose one of the pre-defined layouts to view the content:

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  1. Hover the mouse cursor over the border between the two elements on the screen, if you would like to resize one of them
  2. The border between the two elements is now highlighted. Tap and hold the mouse on the highlighted border. You can now see the percentage that each element occupies of the total workspace
  3. Drag the border up/down, or to the right/to the left to resize the elements; release the mouse when finished: 
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By enabling the Forced layouts feature, you can take full control over how you’d like your Audience to view your content. 

Warning

Important: when When Forced layouts are enabled, the Audience can no longer change their layouts individually. They can no longer view the Chat and Questions and Answers unless you left this tab open before enabling Forced layouts. 

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  • Open Settings -> Workspace, check the box Enabled Enable forced layouts layouts and click Apply
  • Hover the mouse over the Screen icon in the bottom right-hand part of the screen and click Layout mode:

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  • In the Layout mode, you can either arrange menus manually or choose one of the 10 predefined layout templates

  • For manual arrangement, select the menus that you would like your Participants to view: ParticipantsQuestions & Answers, Conversations, Content

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    Important: the Audience will only be able to access the menus that you add to your Forced layout. For example, if you don't add Conversations menu, they won't be able to access chat. 

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  • If you want to choose one of predefined layout templates, click the star icon to the left of the the Apply layout and Cancel buttons and Cancel buttons:

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  • Choose the preferred layout template:

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  • Remember that you can also resize and rearrange the elements of your workspace (explained in chapter Change layout). For example: 

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  • When you are happy with the layout, click Apply layout in the bottom right-hand part of the screen

Remember that the Audience can only see the locked menus. In the example below, Audience can only access Conversations and Questions & Answers, but they can't access Participants and Content library:. As a Speaker, you can still access other menus (for example, Participants, Conversations, Questions and Answers, Content Library) even if they are not pinned in Forced layouts. 

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To change forced layout (Option 1):

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  1. Click on the Schedule tab from the left panel and then hit history tab. In this menu you can view all the past webinar sessions 
  2. Hover the mouse cursor over a webinar and then click on the Pencil icon
  3. Click Advanced options:

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  4. Open the Reports tabReportsHere you see the Summary Report and you can download it in CSV or Excel:

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    In the report, you can find information about attendees: whether they were invited, registered, or joined as guests, whether they attended or missed the webinar, as well as the details they provided when registering or joining the webinar. 

Usage stats

In Collaboration -> Webinar tab, open the tab Usage Statistics tab located on the left panel. Here you can see the total duration of connections per day and the total number of users joining across all sessions per day:

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  • Click on plot points to see the detailed report: the overall duration of participants' staying in a particular webinar session and the exact time the joined and left the session:
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Integration with Wizyconf HW Station

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