Simple, Intelligent Webinars
We have a lot of great features in the new release of TelSpanWeb. New features include a screen sharing preview, the ability to preview slides once your presentation has been uploaded, and the simplicity of inviting hundreds of people to your meeting by uploading a list; allowing you to have the best looking and most productive webinars. These are just a few upgrades we released in October 2017. Take a look and see how TelSpanWeb can benefit you in your upcoming events.
Screen Sharing now not only contains all the features and functionality that you are familiar with, but we have added a floating panel and the ability to adjust your broadcast settings via Codec Settings. Included in the recently added floating panel is the ability to communicate with your participants and moderators and the ability to see what you are sharing with your audience. This has been a request by many of our users and we are happy that we can finally provide this option. If you need to close the floating panel simply hit the ‘x’ in the upper right-hand corner.
As with all updates, please navigate to a session within your account and upgrade your computer to the most recent plugin to maximize the options available to you.
Invite Participants through CSV Upload
Before now, to upload a list of people you wanted to invite to your meeting you had to upload that list into your Address Book and then access the Address Book through the invitation tool in the edit meeting options. Now, with the new release, we have implemented a way to upload a list of contacts directly into the meeting you are creating. This allows for quick and easy large-scale invites.
Up until now, once you upload your presentation to the Media Library, there hasn’t been a way to see upcoming slides or skip around in your presentation. However, with the TelSpanWeb 5.1.3 release, we have now added the ability to preview your slides. You can use this tool to easily see what is coming next in your presentation, or if needed, jump to a different section of the presentation without having the file open locally on your computer. It’s simple, easy, and keeps the focus on your presentation and not on the technology you are using.