How to ask 'Question' during a live session and 'Comment' on question thread?

Modified on Thu, 28 Sep 2023 at 04:27 PM



TABLE OF CONTENTS


1. Walkthrough Video

2. How to ask questions from speakers & hosts during the live sessions?

3. How to comment on questions and create a thread?




1. Walkthrough Video


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2. How to ask questions from speakers & hosts during the live sessions?


During the live session, participants can ask multiple questions. Below are the steps how to ask a question in a live session.  


Step 1: Once the session is started, go to the right-hand side panel of the session.

Step 2: Select the Q&A tab and post your question there.



Controls

Upvotes: Other participants can upvote your question in case they have a similar type of question.


Remove Question: You can also remove your question if something goes wrong and post the question again.

 


Note: An organizer can also turn on the question moderation and allow questions based on approval only.



3. How to comment on questions and create a thread?


Once any participants have posted the question, other participants/speakers/hosts can comment on the question and create a discussion thread for that particular question.


Step 1: Go to the Q&A tab and hover towards the desired question.


Step 2: Click on the 'Comment' button.

Step 3: A new thread window would appear, and you can put in your comment.


 

You can mark the comment as answered or remove the comment by clicking on the 3 dots as a commenter.


Note: If the question moderation is turned ON by the event organizer, commenting on the thread gets disabled.



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