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New Webinars function needs delegation access

With the retirement of the Event Center platform, and the move to New Webinars, we need the ability to delegate the creation of Webinars to colleagues. This is especially true for group accounts, where a team will all schedule on behalf of a shared calendar. Another example is the manager/assistant role, where the assistant schedules meetings for the executive.

  • Aubrey Jones
  • Dec 29 2022
  • Planned
  • Aanya Sanghavi commented
    10 May, 2023 07:14pm

    We are introducing a feature in 43.6 which gives series contributors automatic cohost access of all webinars in the series in an effort to increase collaboration. While we do not have plans to introduce an official scheduler role, we hope that this will serve the same purpose. A scheduler can schedule all the webinars, add it to a series, and add speakers/moderators as cohosts closer to date who will be able to moderate the entire webinar without the presence of the scheduler.

  • Aubrey Jones commented
    28 Mar, 2023 05:56pm

    What we need is the ability to Schedule on Behalf of, and no Invite as cohost. Having control of a secondary calendar, you want the ability to Schedule from that calendar, but that requires delegation access. While this works for meetings, I do not believe it works for Webinar.

  • Aanya Sanghavi commented
    14 Mar, 2023 02:22am

    Have you tried using webinar series for this purpose? Additionally, we are releasing features over the next couple of months that will align all privileges between hosts and cohosts. This way, a scheduler can schedule the webinars as a host and then add the executive as a cohost