Do meeting room participants have roles?Added by IBM on April 16, 2012 | Version 1 (Original)
|Yes, there are several roles that meeting room participants can have during a meeting. Your role determines what you can do in the meeting.
Yes, there are several roles that meeting room participants can have during a meeting. Your role determines what you can do in the meeting.
Your administrator can also modify the roles and actions available to meeting room participants. In addition, some tasks might not be available to you for meeting rooms that open in a web browser.
Read the table below to understand 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 and video of others in the meeting room.||
- By default, the person who creates the meeting room is the owner.
- Delete a meeting room.
- Remove a participant from a meeting room.
- Rename a meeting room.
- Reset a meeting room password.
- Set meeting room permissions.
- Reset a meeting room so that the room manager or owners must join the room before participants can enter it.
- Change the telephone number for a meeting room, or switch to another available service provider option.
- End a meeting.
- By default, the meeting room owner is the manager.
- 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.
- 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.
- Those who are not presenters are attendees.
- Start recording a meeting taking place in a meeting room.
Note: Recording can be limited to just the meeting room owner.
- Anyone in the meeting who starts the recording.
- See shared content.
- Raise your hand, chat, and post questions to the Discussion area of the meeting room.
- Download and copy content from the Library (if allowed).
- Post all types of content to the Discussion area of the meeting room.
- When a meeting room owner or manager explicitly removes presenter rights from individuals in the meeting room.