What are Audio Modes and how are they used?

Audio modes are predefined settings that give you more control over the event:

  1. Presenters only – used when there is more than one presenter. Turning on this mode allows presenters to speak to each other and not be heard by the participants. Please note that when you change the conference mode in your event to Presenters only, your audio and video are not being recorded.
  2. Q&A mode – moderated question and answer session. Attendees can file question requests, and the presenter can give or take back voice. Only one participant at a time can speak.
  3. Listen only – only the presenter(s) can speak. Your audience can listen to the presentation but can’t ask questions. This is the default mode for your events.
  4. Discussion – allows attendees to speak to each other. Everyone can contribute to the conversation. Choosing this mode turns your webinar into an online meeting. To turn your event back into a webinar, choose the Listen only mode. NOTE: Discussion mode is available only for events with up to 25 attendees.

Please note that changing the audio mode will mute all the other presenters (if there are more than one). The presenters need to enable the microphone again.