Nexus Web Meet Room Controls
To activate your speaker, click the telephone icon (top center).
Presentation slides, if being shown, will automatically appear when you join the room.
Video cameras being shared by other participants will also automatically appear when you join the room.
You may have other options for participating in a meeting, such as joining a chat room or raising your hand to get the attention of the presenter. This video explains these options in more detail:
To activate your camera, click the video camera icon (top center).
To activate your microphone, click the telephone icon (top center).
To mute your microphone, click the microphone icon (top center).
It is essential that you use headphones or earbuds to listen to others if you wish to use your microphone in order to talk to other attendees in the room. (Using open air speakers while your microphone is live will create a feedback for everyone in the room!)
The presenter in the room is the person who has the projection screen icon next to their name. Room moderators can hand off or assume the presenter role by clicking to the left of a user’s name. Presenters can:
- Upload and change the display of presentation files (bottom left of presentation pane)
- Annotate a static presentation in real time (Drag your cursor to the right in the presentation pane to see these tools.)
- Share your desktop screen (top center)
Many people learn quickly by just “playing around,” since these presentation tools are often self-explanatory using the graphical icons in the room. In addition, here are some tutorials that may give you more in-depth ideas and pointers.
Moderators are responsible to manage various collaboration scenarios and room interactions during the course of a meeting.
- Manage the media options of attendees
- Initiate breakout room sessions
- Set/change the room layout for attendees (dropdown selection, lower right)
- Monitor the chat sessions
- Monitor a Shared Note document
- Manage closed-captioning of presentation audio
Many people learn quickly by just “playing around,” since these moderation tools are often self-explanatory using the graphical icons in the room. In addition, here are some tutorials that may give you more in-depth ideas and pointers.