Roles for Webinars and Meetings when using Expo Pass's Zoom Licensing.


Webinars:

The Host (this will be whoever logs into Expo Pass's Zoom Accounts) of the webinar is the user who the webinar is scheduled under. They have full permissions to manage the webinar, panelists, and attendees. There can only be one host of a webinar. The host can do things like stop and start the webinar, mute panelists, stop panelists' video, remove attendees from the webinar, and more.

Panelists (this will be your speakers and alternate staff managing the Webinar) are full participants in a webinar. They can view and send video, screen share, annotate, etc. You must be assigned panelist permissions by the webinar host. The host can also disable some features for panelists, including starting video, sharing your screen, and recording. Learn how to add and invite panelists as a webinar host.

Attendees are view-only participants who can be unmuted if the host chooses. Their view of the webinar is controlled by the host. They can interact with the host and the panelists through the Q&A and the chat. Learn about joining a webinar as an attendee.

**Please note that your co-hosts/ alternative hosts (internal staff in the Webinars) will be added as Panelists. Since you all do not have @expopass.com we cannot add co-hosts for the event. See the article Here with a chart of what capabilities each role has.

Meetings:

Host (this will be whoever logs into Expo Pass's Zoom Accounts): They have full permissions to manage the meeting. There can only be one host of a meeting. A host can change over Hosting controls to a participant (another staff member) if needed/ wanted)

Participant: Someone who is attending the meeting. They will have control over their own audio and video and are able to interact with other participants and the Host through Chat or live Video.

**Please note that your co-hosts/ alternative hosts (internal staff in the Webinars) will be in the meeting as a participant. Since you all do not have @expopass.com we cannot add co-hosts for the event. See the article Here with a chart of what capabilities each role has.


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