When creating a webinar session, depending on your current plan, you may have access using the following Third-Party Integrations which can be found under Webinar session information.
If you are interested to use KUDO or Interprefy (on-demand for Enterprise Plan only) , please contact our Sales Team.
When any of the third-party integrations are enabled. The integration icon will be shown on the sidebar once you enter the webinar session.
Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform, used as educational technology. To join a Kahoot game, you would need to input a game pin that would come from the Host or Organizer before you can start joining the game.
After successfully, entering you are now ready to play the game with other joiners.
Once the game host starts the game you will be able to start answering too.
Attendee view during EventX webinar using Kahoot
Share google docs to viewers and allow them to see real-time edits to your documents. Sharing the docs does not allow them to download but for viewing purposes only.
Step 1: To use this feature, make sure to enable it by toggling on Google Docs under Third-party integrations settings.
Step 2: In the webinar session, click on the share icon and pick google docs.
Step 3: Add the google doc URL then click share document.
Step 4: Your document is now being viewed by the webinar attendees. Attendees could even view your edits in real-time.
NOTE: This is a view-only and does not allow attendees to download the file.
KUDO (For Enterprise Plan Only)
If you have integrated your Kudo into your webinar session, you can offer multi-lingual simultaneous interpretations to your audience in the webinar session.
To integrate KUDO:
Step 1: Subscribe KUDO service plan based on your needs
Step 2: Enable KUDO under "Third Party Integration" in the webinar session
Step 3: Add the KUDO widget id
Step 4: Attendees will find KUDO integration in the sidebar in a particular webinar session. They can mute the session audio button to listen to the interpreter.
NOTE: iPhone users will not be able to see the mute/unmute session audio button.
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