Meeting Controls on iOS
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We introduced the Room Lock as a way to guarantee that conversations in your room are private, and so that other users can't join mid-meeting and interrupt by accident. We recommend keeping your room Locked at all times after you've Created it, and only Unlocking it if you're expecting a lot of users to join and don't want to have to let each one in.
Lock/Unlock the Room
On iOS you can Lock or Unlock your room by clicking on the gear icon in the top right corner, and then moving the Lock switch to change the state.
Let in Knocking Users
If you're on the go, you can still Let in Knocking users from your iOS device. When someone Knocks you get a notification similar to the one on your computer.
When you're in a meeting, there are many different options you can use on a per-user basis depending on what your role in the room is and what you need to do. All of these options can be accessed by hovering over the user in question, and clicking on the three dots that appear in the top right corner of their feed. Features that are restricted to Room Owners or Members appear below the line. Below you'll find descriptions of what each option does.
- Enlarge/Minimize: Make someone's feed the focus on your screen, or make their feed smaller
- Fullscreen: Make someone's feed take up your entire screen
- Disable sound: Locally Mute the user (this doesn't must the user for everyone in the room)
- Remove: Temporarily kick the user from your room
On iOS, you can access many different controls from the Room Toolbar. This hides automatically so you have more room to see participants, but you can access it by tapping on the screen. From left to right the options are:
- Open Chat
- Turn Mic On/Off
- Turn Camera On/Off
You can tap on your camera image to swap between your front and back camera