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

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

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 language (in which speaks and listens)
  • Control the slides (when has the floor)

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 language (in which speaks and listens)
  • Control the slides (when has the floor)

Audience member(s)

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

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

Interpreter(s)

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

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