Quick reference guides on the tools available to Moderators.
You can think of the Participants panel as your "control centre" for conducting a session. It is from here that you manage Participants by granting and revoking their permissions, inviting or removing Participants to or from the session, sending them to breakout rooms, and getting their input through polling.
Read the guide: Introduction to the Participants Panel
Watch a webinar: Participants Panel
You can load GIF, JPEG, PNG PDF and PowerPoint files to Collaborate Ultra by sharing the files or application. For the best experience, it’s recommended that you share the file.
There is a known issue where some images added to PowerPoint aren't displayed in Collaborate Ultra. A workaround is to save the file as a PDF before sharing in Collaborate Ultra.
Read the guide: Sharing Files
Watch a webinar: Share Files
The Audio feature allows session Participants to use a microphone and speakers to participate in the audio portion of a session.
Read the guide: Using the Audio & Video Panel
When using video in a session, gallery view enables the moderator to see up to 25 videos at one time. The zoom control can be used to reduce or increase the number of videos visible. There is also the choice of Tiled view or Speaker view, which puts greater emphasis on the person speaking.
Read the guide: Video in Collaborate
Application Sharing allows a Moderator or Participant to share any application or the entire desktop with other attendees. Make sure that any Moderator or Participants are using either Chrome or Firefox as their browser if you intend to use this tool.
Read the guide: Using Application Sharing
Watch a webinar: Share Applications
Watch a short screencast that explains to how to share your PowerPoint presentation via Application Share, whilst keeping the chat visible to the moderator.
The Whiteboard can be used to collaborate with participants to add text or draw.
Read the guide: Using the Whiteboard
Watch a webinar: Using the Whiteboard
The Timer tool can be used before or during sessions. It could be used as an indication of how much time remains before a session starts, or during tasks set that have a restricted time limit. Please note that this feature is currently unavailable.