Meeting Manager brings all of the meeting controls directly to the host. You can easily find who has booked onto your meeting and who is waiting in a queue, and who has cancelled. That's because we have built a feature called Attendee Manager which is like your control pad for everybody who has booked onto your meeting. This guide will explain on how to access it and how to use it. Before we start, make sure to see our guide on how to schedule an Area Meeting, if you haven't done that yet.
What is an Attendee Manager?
Attendee Manager is a feature in the Meeting Manager that allows hosts to manage their attendees quickly and efficiently. Depending on the settings of your meeting, you might have Manual Approvals enabled this is an easy way to see who you need to accept or decline in a meeting. This view also gives you a great overview of all the participants and their statuses in the meeting.
How to access and use Attendee Manager
Attendee Manager is only available to hosts of meetings, so if you are hosting a meeting you will always be able to find it in your Meeting Details in the Options tab. Here's how to access it:
1. Click the "settings cog" in the top right hand corner.
Click "Meeting Manager"
2. Click "Meetings"
3. Find the date of your meeting, click the "arrow" and find the meeting you are hosting.
4. Click "Go to Meeting Details"
5. Click the "Options" tab.
6. Click "Attendee Manager".
7. See the list of attendees you want to manage.
8. If you want to remove someone from the meeting, or decline their booking - just click the cross icon and add a reason for their cancellation. You can also click on their profile to see more details about them.
Please note: if you have a meeting with Cancellations Slots enabled, then your participants that book onto a meeting that's already full will move into an automatic queue. As soon as somebody who is an attendee cancels their booking, a participant will move down the queue and can become an attendee automatically. However, you can still remove delegates from being attendees or queued participants if you prefer to manage the list yourself.