Note: In Meetup format, the Airmeet creator is considered as a host of the event and the remaining EM doesn't have much control over the event.

Community Manager: -

The Community Manager is the organizer of a particular community created in Airmeet.

Controls: -

  • Adding Members (Event Manager)
  • Can create Airmeet
  • Can create Sessions
  • Remove chat(Group + Live feed)
  • Access to all sessions' Backstage
  • Can join live stage only if mapped as a speaker or invited
  • Can block and remove a user
  • Can edit/update tables
  • Can start/end Airmeet from the dashboard
  • Can edit/update dashboard
  • Can edit/update booth
  • Can't control the Live stage (if not added as host of that particular session)
  • Can upgrade his plan using the "Billing Plan" option from the dashboard
  • Can create and push announcements

 

Event Managers:-

Event Managers are members of a community. (Available only in the conference format)

Controls in Conference Format: -

  • Can create an Airmeet
  • Remove chat(Group + Live feed)
  • Access to all sessions' Backstage
  • Will get an option to join the live stage only if mapped as a speaker or invited
  • Can block a user
  • Can edit/update tables
  • Can start/end Airmeet from the dashboard
  • Can edit/update the dashboard
  • Can edit/update the booth/booths
  • Can't control the Live stage (if not added as host of that particular session)
  • Can create and push announcements


Controls in Meetup Format: -

  • Can create an Airmeet.
  • Will get an option to join the live stage only if mapped as a speaker or invited.
  • Can start/end Airmeet from the dashboard.
  • Can edit/update dashboard.
  • Can't manage the Live stage controls (if not added as host of that particular session).







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