To ensure a smooth and productive chat experience, the Slow Mode feature has been incorporated into the group chat functionality within the Presenter Console. Slow Mode helps prevent spam messages by limiting the frequency at which attendees can send messages. Webinar producers, who have access to the Presenter Console, can enable Slow Mode and set the duration between each message submission.
Enabling Slow Mode:
ⓘ Remember to have the Group Chat component enabled in the Interface Builder
ⓘ The Slow Mode settings are available inside the Presenter Console!
To enable this feature you can login to the Presenter Console; after you've successfully logged in, you can locate the Group Chat component on the Left side bar like shown in the following image:
When Clicking over the Group Chat Icon, the Group Chat Window will open revealing a new added settings icon at the top right corner:
You can click over the highlighted settings Icon and you'll see a prompt confirming if you wish to enable the Slow Mode:
To enable it, click the checkbox, and you'll see a type box that will allow you to input the amount of time you want between messages:
💡 By enabling Slow Mode, producers can define a specific time interval, such as 10 seconds, 30 seconds, or even longer, before attendees can send another message.
ⓘ Benefits of Slow Mode:
Preventing Spam & Fostering Meaningful Discussions
Slow Mode acts as a deterrent against spam messages, repetitive content, or flood of messages that may hinder the quality of the conversation. By introducing a delay between messages, the feature encourages attendees to think before posting and reduces the likelihood of unnecessary or disruptive chat activity, by Also moderating the pace of chat messages, Slow Mode encourages participants to engage in thoughtful conversations. It allows attendees to digest information, respond to previous messages, and contribute more to the discussion.
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