As a moderator you have the ability to restrict or “Lock” viewer’s ability to access media and other components of the Mimber interface.

In some cases you may want to restrict the viewers from accessing features or media within the Mimber interface. Some common examples include:

  • Restricting access to the public chat to encourage attendees to use their microphones/verbalize.
  • Locking the private chat to reduce back channel communications, such as online testing.
  • Restricting viewer’s ability to share their webcams; reduces bandwidth and focuses viewer attention on uploaded content.
  • Locking the shared notes to reduce back channel communications or to use as moderator notes (only moderators would be able to access)

It is important to note that the following lock settings do not apply to other moderators in the session.

Applying the lock settings

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