+ newrow_ Live meeting room Anatomy
When you enter your virtual newrow_ meeting room, these are the sections you will see on the screen:
The square or rectangular section of the meeting room where you see a newrow_ background (or your own custom-branded background, if purchased) is called the “stage.” Like a physical stage, this is the synchronous presentation space, where all webcams and content appear when the presenter or moderator puts them live or “on air.”
To the right of the stage is the Chat portal and Participants List. By default, the Participants List is only visible to presenters and moderators. That can be changed in the meeting room settings.
Along the top left of the stage is a toolbar that allows the presenter or moderator to upload & search content, access tools like screen share and whiteboard, change meeting room settings, etc. These are available only to the presenter or moderator, with the exception of the webcam button on the far left. All participants have access to their own webcam and microphone controls.
On the bottom left of the stage is the Playlist. This allows the presenter or moderator to arrange and keep track of files they plan to share during their next meeting.
At the top left above the meeting room interface itself is a menu of additional spaces outside the virtual meeting room. This includes a file sharing space and an Analytics portal.
For more information on managing a newrow_ Live meeting room, review our newrow_ Live User Guide.