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New Feature: Request Events Services Directly From Conference Center

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Request operator-assisted services from Conference Center!

Scheduling an operator-assisted webinar or web event just got easier. Previously, you accessed the scheduling form from the ReadyTalk website. Now, you can access the form directly from Conference Center.

Simply click the “Request Event Services” link on the left side of the Conference Center homepage. This will take you automatically to the request form. From there, fill out the form just as you had previously.

To ensure attendees have a great experience, some webinars require operator-assisted services that must be scheduled in advance. Remember, you need an operator-assisted call if you:

  • Have more than 150 participants
  • Want to provide your participants a Broadcast Audio option, which allows them to listen to the web conference over the Internet
  • Want personalized operator services for a more polished experience, including custom greetings, Q&A support, and additional in-event support
  • Want the support and expertise of a professional Event Manager to assist on your live event

 

Learn more about our professional event services. Please keep in mind, there may be an additional cost for these professional services.

How has the assistance of a professional team impacted your webinars? Let us know!

 


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