• Invite to Stage
    • Removing Attendee from the Stage
  • Accept a Raise Hand Request from your Attendees
  • Difference Between Invite to Stage & Raise Hand
  • Points to keep in mind

Important Note: The following answer describes the steps to invite the attendee to the stage in Meetup format. In the Conference format, the user interface may differ.

This article will cover how you can bring your attendees on stage and interact with you. Also, we will cover how to use the Invite to Stage & Raise Hand feature and explore their differences. 


Invite to Stage

Invite your attendee present in session to join you and other speakers to share the stage and have a conversation.

1. People in the Session tab or People tab

Step 1: Click on the People in Session Tab or People tab.

Step 2: Select the attendee you want to invite, click Invite to Stage,
 and wait for the attendee to accept the request. 

Once the Attendee accepts the request, he will be able to join the host & other speakers on the stage. 

Removing Attendee from the Stage

Step 1: Select the attendee’s profile.

Step 2: Hover your mouse to the attendee video tab and then click the Remove from Stage option.


2. Accept a Raise Hand Request from your Attendees

Attendees, while attending the session, can raise hand and join host & speakers on stage. The session Host or event organizer can accept the hand raise request and call them up on stage.,

Note: Only 1 attendee at a time can join on stage using hand raise.

  • When attendees raise their hands, the host receives a request in the Raise Hand tab.
  • To accept their request, click on the Hand Mic option.


Attendee does have an option to leave the stage on their own or can be removed by the session host.

Difference Between Invite to Stage & Raise Hand

Invite to Stage

  • When an attendee is invited to the stage, they are visible as the speaker, whereas when an attendee joins the stage by raising their hand, they’re visible as attendees only.

  • As a session host, you can call more than 1 attendee on stage, and if your speakers on stage are less than 10, you can call more attendees on stage.

For example, If you already have 7 speakers mapped for a particular session, you can call upon 3 more attendees on stage to join you via invite to the stage.

Raise Hand Request

  • Attendees can raise their hands at any time during the session, but only the host can accept their request. 

  • Only 1 attendee at a time can join on stage using hand raise. 

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