Webex adds enhancements and new features to their products frequently, as you may have noticed! The link below can help you keep up with these. A few recent enhancements of note since the training are -
- Easily See Meeting Participants with Their Hand Raised - As a Webex Meetings host or presenter, you’ll now see participants who raise their hand automatically sorted at the top of the Participants list. The order of the participants will follow the order in which they raised their hand.
- Blur or Change Your Background on Mac or Windows - You can now blur or change the background of your webcam video when joining Meetings and Events from Mac and Windows. This gives you more privacy and removes distracting elements from your surroundings as you participate in video meetings.
- Introducing the Dark Theme - You can now choose whether you want to view the meeting window in the standard Light Theme or the new Dark Theme, available from the View menu. Reduce eye strain by choosing a theme that works best with your lighting conditions.
- Easy to find Mute All and Unmute All Buttons - The Mute all and Unmute all buttons are easier to find, right at the bottom of the Participants panel. In meetings, by default, when you mute another participant directly through Mute all or Mute on Entry, those participants can manually unmute themselves. While this is great for smaller, more conversational meetings, larger meetings and classrooms may require more moderation for when attendees are allowed to unmute. Now, hosts, and cohosts can now choose whether or not participants are allowed to unmute themselves. When this setting (under Mute All Attendees) is unchecked participants’ Unmute buttons will be disabled.
- Allow All Users to Be Cohosts - In the meeting scheduler and Personal Room preferences, you now have a new option: Allow all users with a host account on this site to be cohosts for this meeting. This is a handy option to entrust cohost privileges to anyone joining from your site, instead of having to specify hosts by name, or limiting it to only the first person to join.