icastGo allows for many different types of users cross-platform, with their own access and restrictions.
An administrator can create and manage organization accounts, as well as manage other user roles.
An organizer can create, and manage webcasts and events belonging to their organization, as well as speaker profiles. They can access a webcast, regardless of the viewer access restriction, and manipulate it's status to be put live, finished, as well as restarting the webcast in emergency cases. An organizer has access to all content belonging to the organization, including videos,
A producer is a speaker who is given all organizer controls in a webcast control room. Upon enabling producer access to speakers added in a webcast, they will be able to affect the webcasts' status, publish videos, publish polls, and affect the video layouts in the control room.
If no speaker has been set as a Producer, an organizer will have to start the webcast, switch slides, etc. from the control room.
Person speaking in a webcast or event. Once connected to the icastGo platform, a speaker has access to all content that has been assigned to them, or content for which they have been identified as a speaker by an organizer.
Upon accepting an invitation to a webcast, a speaker has access to the webcast's control room, where they are able to push slides, see the questions, and see the polls.
An exhibitor is someone who joins an event to demonstrate a product in a VMR.
Person who attends an event, webcast or VMR, to participate and watch, with no editing powers. They are only able to have access to webcasts or events through invitations and/or through links. Once in a webcast, they can ask questions, send comments, and participate in pollings.
With the help of Digicast services, an operator is a person who manages a VMR (Virtual Meeting Room), in the Operator Interface, who can also replace an organizer in an event or webcast. Operators have the same access as