Do meeting room participants have roles?Added by IBM on September 19, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|There are several roles that meeting room participants can have during a meeting. Your role determines what you can do in the meeting.
Note: Your administrator can also modify the roles and actions available to meeting room participants.
Read the following table to understand meeting room roles.
Table 1. Meeting room roles
Parent topic: Manage participants
|Role||What you can do:||How you are assigned to this role:|
|Owner (or chairperson)||All meeting room tasks, including controlling the audio call.|
All meeting room tasks, including controlling the audio call and video of others in the meeting room (if video is available to you).
- By default, the person who creates the meeting room is the owner.
- You host the meeting.
- Delete a meeting room.
- Remove a participant from a meeting room.
- Rename a meeting room.
- Reset a meeting room password.
- Set meeting room permissions, including who can download files from the Library.
- Reset a meeting room so that the room owner must join the room before participants can enter it.
- End a meeting.
- Manage the audio and video conference call.
- Change the telephone number for an audio call, or switch to another available service provider option.
- By default, the meeting room owner is a manager.
Note: If the meeting room is included in a calendar entry, the person who scheduled the meeting, if the scheduling was done by someone other than the meeting chair, is also a meeting room manager.
- The meeting room owner makes you a room manager through meeting room permissions.
- Start recording a meeting that takes place in a meeting room.
|Only the meeting room owner or managers can start and stop recording.|
- Add content to the library.
- Share (present).
- Use the highlighting tool when someone else is sharing.
- Take control of someone else's screen.
- By default, everyone in the meeting room is a presenter.
- The meeting room owner or manager can remove presenter rights from individuals.
- People who are not presenters are participants.
- See shared content.
- Raise your hand, chat, and post questions to the Discussion area of the meeting room.
- Download content from the Library (if allowed) and open the file in My Files (if it is stored there).
- Everyone who joins the meeting who has not been made presenters or room managers.
- When a meeting room owner or manager explicitly removes presenter rights from individuals in the meeting room.