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Hi all, just wondering if any of you can help.
We are hosting a webinar tonight, with myself and colleague hosting, 10 panellists and an audience. I have done a practice run earlier and have set name tags and backgrounds up. Although I can see name tags, my co-host can't. The two test panellists could see the tags, but the audience couldn't.
Any ideas on this one? It's a bit of a strange one.
Many thanks for your reply Ray.
There was a whole new kettle of fish to deal with during the webinar, where some participants, although panelists, weren't being classed as panelists, so I haven't got round to working it out yet as I now have to figure that one out!