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Speaker - What to expect speaking on MedAll πŸŽ™οΈ
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Written by Sue Gibson
Updated over a week ago

Hopefully you will have received an invite to speak at your event. By clicking on this invite you will gain access to the event and not have to register for the event itself. If you do not have a MedAll account, you will need to create one.

⚠️ PLEASE use Google chrome on a laptop.
⚠️ If you are within a hospital please note that there may be a firewall stopping you accessing the main stage. Do let the event organisers know and they can arrange a quick tech test with you or you can click here: and check for yourself.

Once you arrive in the event, you may have been instructed to go to a breakout session (on the left of the main stage) where there will be a tech test session set up for you to check your Mic,Cam and screensharing.

If you haven't been told this then you can click on 'Join Stage' which should be on your screen. Before you join the stage you are a delegate.

When you join the stage your mic and cam will be off automatically.

You will turn on your mic and cam and chat to the host.

You will be asked to share your slides which you can do by clicking on Present now. You will be given 4 options.

> Share Entire Screen

> Share Window

> Share Tab

> Share PDF

Powerpoint/keynote Sharing:

PDF Sharing:

πŸ’‘ Here is an article on sharing slides you might be interested in

We also have a little video that might be helpful

If you're not sure how to save your Powerpoint as a pdf, this article might help

Once your tech test is completed you can sit back and relax. Any questions from delegates will be posted in the chat on the right. You can set up Polls too if you want to encourage further interaction.

I hope you enjoy your time on MedAll. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with others. Your contributions are valuable and help to make MedAll a great resource for everyone.

πŸ’¬ If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us on [email protected]

πŸ‘€ Here are some helpful articles:

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