With Eventdrive, you can assign a specific role to one or more participants on your list. 5 roles are available in the drop-down list attached to each participant's account.
Here are the rights of the "Attendee":
- The "Attendee" role gives the user a classic access to the app and the website of your event.
Here are the rights of the "Animator":
- The animator has a classic access to the app and website of your event.
- The animator can view the questions sent by the moderator. From the application, he should log in to his account and he will see a small microphone at the top of his menu. This will give him access to the "Speak Up" services. He will then only see the questions that the moderator has chosen to send him.
- The animator has the option of highlighting the questions or removing them from his or her view.
We recommend that you have 2 animators and provide each a tablet for easier navigation and comfortable reading.
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Here are the rights of the "Moderator":
The moderator has classic access to the app, the website and the Live of your event.
The moderator has an access to the moderation platform to manage the content of the application and the Live generated by the participants and to pilot the event wall.
The moderator has the ability to delete content published by users on the application and Live chat (photos, questions, comments ...).
The moderator can choose the layout of the Live:
Auto: The thumbnail on which Eventdrive detects noise is highlighted.
Mosaic: All thumbnails are the same size.
Pinned: A thumbnail is manually highlighted.
The moderator can add content in the News Feed, open and close a service, decide whether to display a vote/quiz or not and display the word cloud, photo mosaic or social wall on the event wall.
- The moderator can disable the camera and/or microphone of another moderator or presenter by clicking on the two icons on the presenter's camera.
- When the moderator turns off his or her microphone and camera, his or her thumbnail disappears from the Live screen (the speaker is still visible). If he cuts off his camera and microphone, a black thumbnail will take his place).
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Here are the rights of the "Owner" role:
- The moderator has a classic access to the app and website of your event.
- The owner can have exclusive access to: the event wall, the moderation platform and the web application when it is still a draft.
Here are the permissions of the "Speaker" :
- The speaker is on the live with an access via codes dedicated to the speakers
- The speaker can be seen and heard by participants, moderators and other speakers.
- He can: mute/unmute his microphone, mute/unmute his camera and share his screen.
- If the functions are not restricted to moderators, he will also be able to: manage the waiting room, start the recording of the session, play videos moderate the chat.