Increase the Reach of Your Webinar Content with Mobile Playback

Extend the reach of your most important webinar content by providing participants the ability to access your recorded webinar content anytime, anywhere. Using mobile playback, a chairperson can enable content to be viewed from any smart phone or tablet. This allows participants access to your content on their schedule while increasing the ROI on your webinar investment.

Enable Mobile Playback by simply clicking "Add To Feed" .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How does it work? 

In the recording options section, a chairperson clicks “Add To Feed,” which automatically generates an .mp4 of the webinar recording; this also enables mobile playback. When the participant accesses the recording from a mobile, it will launch automatically on the native player of the device.  It’s that simple.

If the chairperson has not selected this feature and a participant tries to access a recording from a mobile device, they will receive a message indicating the recording has not been enabled for playback on a mobile device.

Mobile playback is not compatible with flash. Therefore, recordings embedded in environments like Facebook will not work on a mobile device. How will this feature align with the ways you currently promote webinar recordings? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

 

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