UberConference's co-host feature allows other Participants to have Organizer privileges during an active conference.
Add a co-host during an active conference or designate a co-host for all of your conferences. Co-hosts can toggle Voice Intelligence and audio recording, set a meeting title, kick out Participants, and more. You're also able to assign multiple co-hosts for the same conference.
It takes just a few clicks to set up, and then your co-host is able to manage the conference as you normally do.
Let's take a look at co-hosting in UberConference.
From the UberConference dashboard, navigate to Settings > Conference and turn on Allow Co-Hosts with Access to Organizer Controls. You can always toggle this off to disable co-hosting.
Not seeing this option? If you're part of a team, you may need to request that your Admin turns on co-hosting for the entire company.
Add or Remove a Co-Host
In-Conference (One-Time Co-Hosts)
From an active conference, open the Participant Controls drop-down and select Make a Co-Host. You're able to choose Participants on your team or anyone from outside the company who joined the conference.
UberConference will automatically convert a chosen Participant to a co-host with Organizer-level controls. Choose as many co-hosts as you'd like, and they will only serve as co-hosts for the active conference.
If you'd like to remove a co-host, return to the same drop-down and select Remove Co-Host.
Settings Menu (Designated Co-Hosts)
From the UberConference dashboard, navigate to Settings > Conference > Approved Co-Hosts.
Select Add Co-Hosts, then enter names or email addresses for designated co-hosts. Keep in mind that they must be on the same team as you; designated co-hosts cannot come from outside the company.
Co-hosts assigned through this method will serve as co-hosts for all future conferences that you are the Organizer for.
If you'd like to remove a designated co-host, return to the same menu and select Edit. Choose a co-host to remove, then select the 'X' icon.
Co-host controls are identical to an Organizer's controls during a conference.
Here is the full list of what a co-host can control:
- Audio Recording
- Voice Intelligence
- Conference Lock
- Meeting Title
- Participant Removal
Co-hosts can also access the transcript after the conference ends, and they're able to access the audio recording if the Organizer granted access to anyone with a link.