In this video, we'll walk you through managing your booth during a Hopin event.
You can find more information in our Knowledge Base article, Exhibitor: How to access your booth on the day of your event.
To manage your booth on the day of the event, you'll first need to enter the event.
You'll land on the reception page. Think about this page as the lobby of the event.
On the left hand side you'll find the navigation bar. The exhibitor booths can be found in the Expo Area, so click on this icon to go there.
To find your booth quickly type your organization's name here. Then click to enter the booth.
Here you'll see the content you've uploaded from your dashboard, in this case it's a Youtube Video. If you have set your booth to have a live video conversation, you'll see this option to toggle. Bear in mind that you'll only see this button if you are set as a moderator for the booth.
Click here to switch to a live video session and click on the "Share Audio and Video" Button. Before you go live, you'll have the option to check your mic and camera settings here. Select your best camera and mic and click on Apply to go live.
Once you are live, you can share your camera here or share your computer screen by clicking here. You can chose between sharing your entire screen, a specific window or a tab from your browser. If you are planning to share your screen we recommend you to use two screens to manage the booth easily.
In this button you can enable live closed captions to make your content more accessible.
Attendees can request to join you on screen by clicking on "Request to join". You can then accept their request or reject it.
Here you can see how many video feeds or people you have on screen right now. So you could have up to 10 people OR a screen share and 9 people.
This indicates how many people are viewing your booth right now.
If you want to leave the screen, click here. Don't forget to turn your fallback provider on again so people visiting your booth see the content you prepared.
Next let's have a look to the right hand side. If you have the Booth tab selected, you'll see the Home area where people can read more information about your organization or show interest. The next option is an booth-specific chat. So people watching your booth can ask you questions or interact with you.
Don't confuse it with the event chat that you can find under the general Event tab.
Lastly, you might see more options depending on how your organizer set up your booth. If you see the People option, you'll be able to check which attendees are in your booth right now.
And if you see the Q&A section, people watching your booth can ask you questions here.
Have a great event!