Feature Friday: Give Wings to your Recorded Content with Mobile Playback

Visit the ReadyTalk blog every Friday to learn more about a ReadyTalk feature.  

Why use this feature?

With mobile playback, give your recorded content wings!

Someone miss your webinar?  Need to share your content in a publication or email? One of our favorite features, this provides your target audience the ability to view your recording anytime, anywhere, from any mobile device or tablet (iOS and Android).

As the chairperson, you must enable mobile playback within Conference Center for this feature to work, but it’s a quick and easy way to give your content the utmost reach.

And keep a lookout, as we have some enhancements coming soon that make this process even easier.

How to use this feature:

Step 1:  Enable your recording for mobile playback within Conference Center.

Within Conference Center, you need to enable your recording for mobile playback. For instructions, check out the mobile playback  blog post.

 

Step 2: Distributing Your Recording to your Participants

  • Once your recording is converted, access the playback URL from Conference Center.
  • You'll find this under Recordings>Manage Recordings> Show Playback URL
  • Copy and paste the URL into your desired format or click the link to "email your URL" which auto generates an email from your default mailbox
  • When a participant receives your email, they simply click on the link from their mobile device and they will immediately be taken to the recording

Tried  mobile playback? We would be happy to hear from you.

Share this:

Blog posts by author

Brittany Jones

Brittany Jones is a Marketing Coordinator at ReadyTalk and has been getting exposure to several different areas in the Marketing Department. She has recently been helping on projects with customer engagement, tradeshows/events and social media. Brittany is a California native and when she isn't working she spends her time enjoying the great outdoors, cheering on her favorite Bay Area sports teams, and getting together with family and friends.

Similar Articles:
To Moderate or Not? That is my... As a follow up to my recent AMA webinar, “Can You Hear Me Now? Best Practices for Presenting to a Virtual Audience,” I’ve compiled the questions I didn’t have time to answer. In this blog post, I tackle questions about whether a moderator is necessary during an ev...
Webinars 101 While webinars have become a fairly common, we like to offer a webinar 101 primer from time to time. If webinar is a new concept for you, read on! If you want to get information out to a bunch of people all over the US and world, hosting a webinar may be the best way to go about it. Webinars all...