In SpotMe Studio, there are various controls that a host, a moderator, or a speaker can use to produce a live stream.
Now, depending on how the live stream is configured and the user's specific role, they may not actually need access to all of them.
For more flexibility and comfort of use, Studio users can easily choose which sections of controls they want to display at a given time, using collapsable panels:
Users can easily hide/unhide sections of controls, using the arrow buttons located next to each panel:
- The internal chat section (1) that allows the host, moderators, and speakers to communicate in private in the Studio.
- The speaker and screen share management section (2), or the green room, used to manage who (speakers) and what (shared content) will appear in the live broadcast.
- The Q&A and poll management section (3), used to moderate Q&A questions and launch polls.
While a host may need full access to all the functionalities in the studio, a moderator may only need to focus on moderating the Q&A or launching polls, and wish to hide the other sections of controls:
Alternatively, the moderator's role might just be to coordinate the speakers by providing guidance via the internal chat, adding/removing speakers from the live, sharing content, etc. In this case they may wish to hide the Q&A or polling controls:
And if no access to any of these controls are needed, then the user can even hide all three sections of controls, and simply focus on the preview, with an almost full screen experience:
Whatever the role of the host, moderator, and speakers in the live stream, for a more comfortable and confident user experience, users can easily adjust the controls in Studio to better suit their needs.