Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Passcode protecting a room, part of Adobe Connect Essential Training (2014).
Earlier in this chapter when I looked at how to create…a meeting, we saw that there were some options for…determining who can and can’t enter your meeting.…I’m going to go to Edit Information for this meeting.…Here under the Access section we can choose from:…Only registered users may enter the room,…Only registered users and accepted…guests may enter the room,…or Anyone who has the URL for…the meeting can enter the room.…So with the first option selected,…only people I’ve invited under the participant list…will be able to enter the room.…The second option allows guests,…but they have to be accepted by the host.…
And the third option opens the room to anyone…who has the address for the meeting.…I think in most cases these three selections provide…a sufficient enough range of access options.…If you don’t want to allow any guests to just pop in,…you just select the first option.…The problem with the second option is that…you or another attendee with host privileges…has to be present in order for a guest to gain access.…
- Creating meetings, users, and groups
- Setting up audio
- Passcode protecting a room
- Video conferencing
- Recording and editing meetings
- Managing participants
- Sharing your screen
- Creating break-out rooms
- Working with the Chat pod
- Polling your audience
- Creating courses and curriculum with Connect
Skill Level Beginner
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 18m Appropriate for all
Leading Productive Meetings (2011)with Dave Crenshaw1h 22m Appropriate for all
1. Creating Meetings
2. Managing Participants
3. Basic Presenting
4. Optimizing the Presentation Experience
5. Connect for Elearning
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