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Capacity per 1 UC-Wizywebinar license:

  • Number of speakers per one Wizywebinar licensepeople who can speak: 1
  • Number of simultaneous webinar sessions: 1

Limitations per 1 Company:

  • Number of simultaneous recordings: 1
  • Number of concurrent broadcasters: 16
  • Number of attendees: 100

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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 the meeting is going to take place in a different timezone you can change it by clicking 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.


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

    Write down First Name, Last Name, Email and Role (Audience or Speaker) and click Add

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  5. Click Save in the lower part of the screen

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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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