Video / Webinar Content

Use Sched to provide easy access to your live presentations or recorded content from any video/webinar platform (such as Zoom, YouTube, Vimeo, WebEx, Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, ON24, etc.).

In addition to the general guidance below, we also have a specific guide for Using Zoom With Sched.

We recommend to always test the display of your content within Sched prior to your event. If you run into any issues or have any questions while testing, contact our support team.

Note: Access to this virtual content will not be available directly via the iOS (Apple) mobile app, due to restrictions imposed by Apple on their App Store around virtual / hybrid events. Attendees will still be able to access this content via a web browser, on any device. There will be a note that shows within the session listing in the mobile apps directing your attendees to this content.

Adding Access in Sched #

Add the full link (URL) to access the presentation/video on your chosen platform into the Video Stream Field.

You will find the Video Stream Field within each session listing on your Sched event. Add or edit sessions from the Schedule section in the control panel.

Video Stream Field

Use the Privacy Controls in Sched to manage who can access to your Video/Webinar content and when this access will become available.

The Attendee Experience #

Your video/webinar content will either be viewable as an embed or accessed via a button.

When accessing Sched via a web browser, YouTube, Vimeo or Twitch content will generally display embedded within the session page. This may depend on the access settings you have set on your chosen platform, security settings on the browser being used to access, etc. Please note: Zoom meetings and webinars cannot be embedded within Sched.
You Tube Embed

Button #

When accessing content from any other platform via Sched, such as Zoom, WebEx, Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, ON24, etc., a yellow “Video Stream” button will display within each session listing.

This is also how it will display when accessing your event via the Sched App or Branded Apps.

Video Stream Button

Note: if you would prefer your YouTube, Vimeo or Twitch content to be accessed via a button instead of showing an embedded video please contact our support team to help.


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