Webinars: How to embed a webinar into a Zapnito private room with TwentyThree

Go to the profile of Jon Beer
Mar 10, 2020

This ten minute guide provides an overview of both the webinar host and webinar attendee experience when a TwentyThree streemed webinar is embedded within a Zapnito private room.

You can utilise the room access control features to deliver a webinar to a controlled audience, then record and republish the event back to the community using our video publishing features.

You can also use the scheduling tools to control when and how the webinar is promoted to the community.

Go to the profile of Jon Beer

Jon Beer

CTO, Zapnito

A technical leader and hands-on CTO with 17 years' experience implementing web technologies. I lead the technical delivery of the Zapnito platform, ensuring a scalable multi-tenant architecture, disruption-free daily release cycles and a highly effective development team that delivers platform enhancements for our customers. Get in touch with me to discuss your requirements for this or any Zapnito network or to share your feedback at any time.


Go to the profile of Nikol Chen (she/her)

Hi Jon, thank you for this lovely informative video - very useful.

I am not sure I understand the advantage of having a 'deliberate lag' during a webinar - could you please kindly explain further? Do you know if this feature could be disabled?

Go to the profile of Christopher Sprenger

Hey Nikol, the deliberate lag is to accomodate for variying internet speeds as numeous participants join. That means the e.g 5 second delay ensures the video stream arrives more or less at the same moment across all the various locations watching. It's the reason you sometimes get the moments on webinars where attendees start accidentally interrupting one another. On our Panels tool for example we built it fully synchronous which means its really real-time. If you give it a try you will notice that it's more natural having a conversation on there and you won't unintentionally be interrupting fellow attendees.