In every event on VoiceBoxer there can be up to 4 main roles :

  1. Moderator
  2. Presenter(s)
  3. Interpreter(s)
  4. Audience Members
  5. (Optional Operators)

roles

Moderator

The moderator is the role assigned to the main presenter. It can:

  • Control the event (Start, Pause, End)
  • See who is online and designate the speaker
  • Interact with Video, Audio and Screensharing
  • Interact via chat
  • Select the language (to which she/he listens)
  • Control the slides (when having floor)
  • Participate in polling
  • Can have multi-video

Presenter(s)

The presenter role is assigned to the other people actively participating in the Web Conferencing. This role can:

  • See who is online
  • Request floor to intervene
  • Interact with Video, Audio and Screensharing
  • Interact via chat
  • Select the language (in which she/he listens)
  • Control the slides (when has the floor)
  • Participate in polling
  • Can have multi-video

Audience member(s)

The audience members will passively participate in the Web Conferencing. They can:

  • Follow the streaming and presentation
  • Interact via chat
  • Select the language (in which they listen)
  • Participate in polling

Interpreter(s)

The interpreters help bridging languages with the unique VoiceBoxer virtual booth. They can:

  • Follow the streaming and presentation
  • Interpret
  • Request the presenter(s) to slow down
  • Switch microphone between interpreters
  • Interact among interpreters via dedicated chat channels

Event Support role:

Operator(s)

The operators help to check the sound and connectivity and manage the chats with participants and interpreters. This is an optional role that needs to be added to the event by the event creator. They can:

  • Follow the streaming and presentation
  • Select the language (in which they listen)
  • Interact via chat (access to all chat channels, including “Moderator + All Interpreters”)
  • Monitor the event via Operator Panel
  • Can have multi-video