In October we made a new way to block participants and adjusted how you can manage these blocks. Plus, we added Chinese language to the app!
We've come up with a new way to manage unwanted participants. So far with Livestorm, when you want to remove a participant from your room, you can do so by using the "Kick" button. The "Kick" button removes participants from all events organized by the workspace, indefinitely.
The old "Kick" button had some drawbacks. It wasn't possible to see within your dashboard who was blocked from your events after being kicked out, and there wasn't a way to unblock users who you wanted to grant access to again.
We've renamed the "Kick" button. It is now called "Block". It works as it did before with some additional controls. You can now block and unblock registrants directly from the people tab inside of your dashboard.
In this tab, we will also highlight registrants who are blocked from all of your events.
您好! Livestorm is now available in simplified Mandarin Chinese. You can translate everything that is visible to your registrants and attendees like your landing page, the webinar and meeting rooms, and your notification emails.
For more information on languages, check out this help doc.
We’re working on a new way for you to go on stage during your events. And soon we’ll soon have dial-in support for speakers.
Don't forget that you can join our great weekly customer training webinars! It's the perfect time to ask questions and learn how to use live video in your company strategy. You can register here.
In October, we reviewed 7 of our favorite tools that you can add to Livestorm to make your next web conference even more engaging!
Learn how to hide your background, modify your appearance, and clean up your audio in our latest post.
Livestorm is growing at a very fast pace! We're always looking for great talent to join our team. Right now we’re hiring for Operations, Customer Experience, Sales, Marketing, Product, and Tech.
You can find all of our job posts on our site.