Remo 201

Learn how to enhance your events with a tutorial of each of the tools inside Remo. Take your events to the next level!

*NOTE: We recently unveiled our new branding and pricing, and are in the process of updating these videos to reflect this. So, while some of the layouts and colors look different, the functionalities remain the same.

Lesson 3: Presentation Mode Enhancements


Enhance the interactive experience for speakers and audiences using Audience view and Remojis.
Audience view is the two row of guest avatars that sits directly beneath the stage area.

The number of avatars displayed varies on your screen size and if you have your chat open or closed. This pairs with the Remojis in the lower right screen area. When a guest clicks a Remoji reaction, their avatar becomes that Remoji. This is great to help your host feel connected to the audience and for the audience to give instant feedback to your speaker.  Guests can be directed to all hit their clap remojis to welcome or congratulate someone, further humanizing the experience.

If a user wishes to see more of the screen and not the audience view, they can, on their own, click the icon at the bottom of their screen with three heads and a screen to hide the rows.

Then when somebody clicks a remoji, it will float up to the top of the screen on the right hand side of the chat box.

If you, as a host, do not wish to have the Audience view or the Remojis visible to your guests, in your events settings, you can select the Extras tab and turn off one or both of the tabs.

If a guest has a question, or if you wish to conduct an informal poll, the guests have a raise hand button on their toolbar. When a guest raises their hand, they move out of the standard attendee section and into a requests section in the participants tab. You will also see a pop-up at the top of your screen letting you know that there are hands raised, which is helpful if you have audience view off or closed.

Stage access is not available to guests unless you give them the permissions. These are granted by selecting the speaker icon next to their name. You will be asked to confirm if you wish to grant access. The system will prompt the guest to turn on their microphone and camera so they can then access the stage.

Hosts maintain control of the mic, cam, and screenshare of anyone onstage. Access these controls using the three dot button on the far right side of the person’s name in the participants tab. You can turn off their video, mute their mic, and remove attendees from the stage by revoking their rights to turn on their cam and mics. 

When you wish to share your screen, the system auto sets to focus mode, but hosts can change the view back to tile. Multiple screens can be shared at one time by multiple presenters onstage. Hosts can toggle between which screens to feature as primary by selecting replace screen. As a reminder, screen shares are visual only, no audio will be heard via screen share. Hosts can also stop a presenter’s screen share by selecting stop screen share from the 3 dot dropdown. 

Finally, hosts can lower all raised hands from the more tab on the bottom toolbar.

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