An organizer has a GoToWebinar account and schedules, starts, manages and ends a session.
An organizer can also designate other attendees to be co-organizers or panelists.
Once a session starts, the scheduling organizer is the default presenter and may either begin presenting or pass the presenter controls to another organizer or panelist.
A panelist is a person who presents and/or answers assigned questions during a session.
A panelist can be given the presenter controls at any time during the session and is able to speak on the conference call by default.
Panelists do not need to have GoToWebinar accounts to participate in web events.
A presenter is the person who is presenting their screen to the audience.
The GoToWebinar organizer is always designated as the initial presenter.
The presenter role can then be passed to another organizer, panelist or attendee (promote attendee to panelist first).
An attendee is someone who can view the presenter's screen but is initially muted on the conference call to minimize background noises that would detract from the presentation.
Note: An organizer can unmute up to 25 participants including panelists and other organizers
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