Where can I find attendees?

Open the Attendees list to view all attendees. Open the Collaborate panel and select Attendees.

Not sure where to find the Collaborate panel? Jump to Find Your Way Around.

At-a-glance you see:

  • The roles of each attendee. We've grouped atendees by roles to make it easier to see who can do what in the session.
  • Attendees with their hand raised. Those with their hand raised appear at the top of their role list.
  • Attendee status or feedback.
  • Attendees with their microphone turned on.

Browse through the list of attendees or open More options at the top of the panel and select Search.

Point to an attendee to view more information, such as their network connection. Moderators can select Moderator controls next to an attendee's name to promote them, mute them, or remove them.

If you are using keyboard navigation, press Tab from the top of the panel to find "Access list of attendees". "Access list of attendees" is not visible unless the focus is on it. Press Spacebar to activate it. Moderators can now use Tab to move through the Moderator controls for each attendee.


Keep the Attendees panel open at all times

You can leave the Attendees panel open all the time. Chat with others and see everyone in the session at the same time. You can tell who is away, has their microphone on or is having network connection trouble. All while chatting and participating in the session.

You need to detach the Attendees panel to keep it open. There are two ways to do this:

  1. Open the Collaborate panel. Drag-and-drop the Attendees icon to the main stage.
  2. Open the Collaborate panel and select Attendees. Select More options at the top of the panel. Select Detach Panel.

The main stage adjusts so you can still see everything on it. Any video, content, whiteboard and application shared are moved to the left to make room for the panel.

Close the panel any time. Select More options at the top of the panel. Select Merge Panel.


Notification settings

Do you want to be notified when someone joins or leaves a session? How about when posts a chat message? Do you prefer an audio or visual notification?

Open the Collaborate panel and select My Settings. Select Notifications Settings.

By default all of the settings are turned on. These settings only turn on/off the notification banners and sounds.

If you turn these notifications off, you still see:

  • A joining status for the participant in the Participants panel.
  • The number of new messages posted on the chat icon.
  • Hands raised in the Participants panel.
  • The red light over the recording icon when you are recording.

These are personal settings. Everyone sets their own notifications. Only moderators and presenters can set notifications for when someone raises their hand.