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Cursor Functions

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When you move your cursor over your own video stream, you will be able to use the following functions:

Moving your cursor over someone else’s video stream, you will be able to use the three functions in the middle: 

Using the button at 11 o’clock, you can mute someone else’s audio, in case they forgot to do it themselves. Only they can unmute themselves.

Using the button at 12 o’clock, you can spotlight someone, or remove them from the spotlight.

Using the button at 1 o’clock, you can raise someone else’s hand. An example of when we might use this is when someone else is speaking and we know that a person has something important to contribute to the topic.

Are you interested in learning more about how we make use of these cursor functions within a session? Learn about how we use the spotlight together with the random order in our article on Buttons.

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