Raise Hand in an Unmoderated Roundtable
A Roundtable allows multiple participants to share their thoughts and ideas around a specific topic. However, it can be challenging for all participants to get an equal opportunity to speak, especially in large groups or when multiple people are talking at the same time.
To address this issue, a new feature has been introduced that allows participants to raise their hand during unmoderated Roundtables. We’ve also improved the Raise Hand feature during moderated Roundtables.
This feature works differently depending on whether the Roundtable is moderated or not:
If the Roundtable is not moderated, when a participant raises their hand, everyone in the meeting hears a sound and sees a hand icon on the video thumbnail, indicating who wants to speak. Additionally, there will be a list of people who have raised their hand, which can be accessed by all participants.
If the Roundtable is moderated, the moderator should hear the sound when someone raises their hand. The moderator will have access to the list of people who have raised their hand and can decide who should speak next.
The ability to Raise Hand during a Roundtable is an excellent addition that can make online meetings and discussions more organized, efficient, and inclusive.