At trember, our main goal is to help our clients to run smooth, engaging and intuitive digital and hybrid events – all event sessions in one place.

We have started building our product as an engaging networking tool where many can talk to many at the same time, but we have never forgotten that majority of events include presentations, panel discussions, lectures, webinars – all these powerful one-to-many formats that help people to learn, ideate and that then spike further conversations in our networking rooms.

Introducing the new “Stage View” mode – up to 1000 viewers and up to 6 speakers on stage

With networking mode, everyone can see the same space and navigate it from any device. But for presentations, guests would normally prefer to see a picture that is optimized for their device. Here it is, equally convenient from mobile or desktop.

As an admin, with just one click, you can change your room setup to Stage View and to start a presentation. You will be able to see the guests in the list by clicking on the icon in the bottom menu.

You can have up to 1000 guests if you are using the paid version (contact sales to learn more) or up to 25 guests if you are using the free version. 

Making webinars and presentations interactive like they are in real life – stop reading the questions, instead pass a mic to people from the audience for a Q&A session

If some guests raise their hands by clicking on the "Hand" icon in the bottom menu (guests see it in the middle of the panel), their names will appear in the “Raised Hands” section of the list. 

Guests, who have raised their hands, can then be promoted by the administrator of the room to a Q&A section – they will automatically appear on the screen in a small format with their name written next to the avatar.

If a guest changes her/his/their mind, it is possible to lower a hand from the same bottom panel by clicking a button with a crossed hand.

If a guest changes her/his/their mind, it is possible to lower a hand from the same bottom panel by clicking a button with a crossed hand. After a guest asks a question or participates in the discussion and doesn’t need to be visible anymore, he/she/they can move back to the audience by using (again!) a middle button at the bottom panel that looks like a crossed chat symbol.

The administrator of the room can also move guests away from the Q&A area by clicking a special button right next to a guest’s video avatar.

There also can be multiple speakers on stage at the same time. To achieve this, administrators can join the stage or to invite someone else on the stage. In the second case, another guest who got an invite has to accept it before going on the stage.

There can be up to 6 people on the stage and in the Q&A area at the same time.

Sharing the screen (of course), but also showing videos that are magically  synchronised

Each speaker who is currently on stage can share a screen that will appear in the area next to speakers. If someone else wants to share a screen, previous screen sharing has to be stopped by the speaker, who is sharing, or by the administrator of the room.

But the stage is not only for screen sharing. Administrator or speaker can also post a video from YouTube or Vimeo that will appear on the stage and that will be synchronized for all participants.

It can be a live stream (if you have a hybrid event) or prerecorded video – in any case, the person who posted the video on the stage (let’s call this person an owner) controls it for everyone. Video starts playing for everyone, when the owner clicks “Play”. It gets paused for everyone, when the owner pauses it. For the first time, if you use a YouTube link, guests have to unmute video for themselves – this is the only thing that cannot be activated by the owner. Guests can also play video from another point or to pause it, but if they reload a page or if an owner changes something, the video for this user will be synchronized with the rest of the audience again.

Vimeo live video, can not be played from another point or paused and it has sound for everyone without additional unmutting, so we recommend going with this option as the most intuitive for the guests.

Interested in learning how to run engaging, entertaining, and intuitive digital events? Book a demo and speak with one of our experts.