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You can determine your presenters' abilities on a virtual session on a role-by-role basis. It's a great idea to set these roles up in the Pathable app before you import your agenda.
From the Host Tools Dashboard:
- Select Agenda>Roles
- Click "Add New" in the upper-right
- On the next page, name the role and indicate the appropriate permissions for people with that role:
The checkbox settings:
- Automatically apply a label of the same name to people with this role: Check to give these people a ribbon with the same name as the role
- Do not show attendees with this role on agenda cards: Check to hide people with this role from showing on the main Agenda display, where Speakers are typically featured.
- Do not show attendees with this role on agenda details: Check to hide people with this role from showing on the Agenda details pages, where Speakers are typically featured.
- Allow attendees with this role to be hidden (otherwise the "hide my profile" option on the preferences tab will be disabled): Speakers and other "public figures" in the site can't typically be invisible users, but you can allow that option by checking this box.
- Allow attendees with this role to be webinar presenters: This checkbox gives the power to enter a Zoom room before the session starts, as a participant, but does not grant Zoom hosting powers. This is typically used for roles like "Panelist," where the person's not in charge of starting the session.
- Allow attendees with this role be webinar and meeting administrators: This checkbox gives the power to enter a Zoom room before the session starts, and grants Zoom hosting powers. This is typically used for roles who do need to be able to start sessions for themselves or others.
- Facilitator (invisible):