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We likely all know and use the Raise Hand feature to take informal polls
or to signify to the host or presenter that you have a question, but
this Pro Tip will detail how to use Raise Hand in a slightly different
way. In our own weekly team meetings,...
With Zoom’s new enhanced polling features, you can: Have participants
answer multiple choice questions Rank provided choices Match items to
one another Include images for each question Set correct answers to
transform the poll into a quiz. This is a ...
Hi @Quinndog and others, Unfortunately, the in-meeting Whiteboard
experience is not quite the same as the out-of-meeting whiteboard
experience. Some of the more advanced shapes and features, like
uploading an image, are only supported in the out-of-m...
Yes, you would basically run the webinar as a meeting, just to utilize
the backstage. If going this route, I would suggest inviting the session
moderators and clients as panelist, with the focus group as normal
attendees. This will allow you and the ...
Hi @Buck_LaVallee You do not need to be or have a co-host to record
locally.By default, only the meeting host can start a recording. The
host can allow other participants to record locally, by granting them
that permission in the Participants panel. ...
Hi @jha9001 There is currently no way to have invisible participants in
a meeting, as would fit your needs, but there are a couple of potential
workarounds:you could livestream the meeting and have the clients view
the livestream, but the participant...