Going live in Workplace

Workplace’s Live video gives you the tools to reach everyone in your organization, no matter where they are, with communications that are personal, engaging and accessible. Go live to broadcast anything, from company announcements to panel discussions with executives or external guests—all you need is your phone or computer.To get more news about 39bet-tỷ lệ cược-đua ngựa-máy bắn cá-tỷ lệ nhà cái-kéo cầu tài xỉu, you can visit official website.
This guide outlines 8 tips to help you go live from Workplace. For even more in-depth resources on Live video, including interactive demos, live training, technical resources and more, visit the Live video resource hub.
1. Choose your device
Going live from your phone makes it easy to touch base with your team and share updates across the company. We recommend going live from your phone for short communications, like recognizing team members, broadcasting end of year and holiday messages from leaders and keeping everyone up to date on company announcements.
2. Create an event in Workplace
3. Set yourself up for success
If you’re going live to broadcast a company event like a Town Hall or Q&A, practice a full dry-run to help you prepare for the unexpected. Running through the entire event will allow everyone to plan for timing, troubleshoot technology, and identify any potential issues that would otherwise catch you off guard. Test out transitions, microphones, video software, and make sure executives practice on camera so everyone feels comfortable on the day of the event.
4. Go live
When you’re ready, you can go live by navigating to the Event you created in step 2. You can do this by going to Home > See More > Events. Once you’re on the event page, follow these steps:
Managing a Live video with multiple participants
Enlist one person to create the Live video and act as a moderator. They will be able to monitor the health of the broadcast, manage Live Q&A and publish polls during the event.
If you are hosting a Live video with someone from outside of your Workplace, you will need to copy the invite link and share it with them manually. Once you are in your room, you will need to click Edit and select Anyone can join using this link. Don't see this option? Contact your system administrator to update your access settings.
5. Engage your audience
Live Q&A
Your Live video is a great opportunity to hear and address employee questions in an open forum. To gather employee questions in real-time, toggle on Include Q&A before going Live. Once you start recording, employees will be able to ask questions and upvote questions shared by their coworkers.
6. Reduce common barriers to video consumption
Video captions
With automatic live captioning you can be sure that your live video broadcasts are more accessible than ever. Workplace automatically detects the language spoken and transcribes your video in real-time. Live captions are available for speakers in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian and German.
7. Track video performance and broadcast analytics
Scroll down to see your stream metrics and become aware of any issues quickly. You can find technical specifications and streaming recommendations in the Workplace Technical Resources.
8. Analyze views and engagement
You’ll be able to see real-time engagement metrics during your broadcast, such as views, comments, reactions, shares and more. Once the broadcast ends, dive deeper into the data in your post insights by clicking on the three dots at the top right of your post > Post Insights. You’ll be able to track views, engagement and drop-offs across your entire broadcast.
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