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WebinarJam issues

TeachTeach Your TeacherHomePosts: 10,077 mod
If you are having problems getting into the WebinarJam sessions, let us know here.
Please provide the following information:-
What session were you in?
Could you hear the presenters?
What kind of tech are you using?
What operating system?
What browser?

What error messages do you get? Take a screenshot if possible.

+Anything else you think is relevant.


  • TeachTeach Your Teacher HomePosts: 10,077 mod
    edited February 2017
    Following today's Spotlight session (it was all going so well).
    50 minutes in we had a meltdown.

    I reported it to WJ, and they were very quick to respond, however, I'm not 100% happy with their reply:-

    I'm so sorry to learn you had trouble.

    One of the main reasons why the attendee spotlight feature can break is if you or your invited attendee don't have a stable internet connection. It is highly recommended that both of you use a wired connection (instead of wireless).

    If that is not the case and you already are using a wired connection on both ends, then the next thing to try is to change the browser for the invited attendee. That might help them get back in.

    Finally, make sure that both you and your attendee have a minimum of 2Mbps upload speed available on your connection, and that no other programs are eating bandwidth or computer resources on either end :)

    @Rema @aladdin - What do you think?

  • TeachTeach Your Teacher HomePosts: 10,077 mod
    If you weren't in the session, and missed the fun and games, here is the recording:-

    Spot what happened 50 minutes in.
  • RemaRema Posts: 1,151 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @lynne and @aladdin

    I didn't find anything new in their explanation because we have already attended on the who knows how many sessions and it was working.
    Maybe, a reason can be that one of us just overburden their network.
    Or maybe the problem was caused by giving me the administrators permissions whilst session was in the progress(that is just my guess).
  • aladdinaladdin Radio Producer LEOnetworkPosts: 1,745 mod
    I was taking after 50 and I thought you are discontenting Lynne, I only saw that I'm the only one on the room until I got notification that Marko inter the room :D. so
  • aladdinaladdin Radio Producer LEOnetworkPosts: 1,745 mod
    edited February 2017
    I didn't hear anything after the 48
  • ryoryuryoryu Posts: 25 ✭✭
    is there a way to join Webinarjam session?
    I haven't been able to understand it so far I waste a lot of my time trying to join that session but to no avail.
  • TeachTeach Your Teacher HomePosts: 10,077 mod
    edited April 2017
    @Rema - First the good news, the connection speed of other participants doesn't affect the call. Now the bad news, if there is a problem with the connection of the room owner, it affects everyone. :worried:

    @roryu - When you say you try to join, what exactly happens?

    Are you able to register?

    I have written some guidance here:-

  • TeachTeach Your Teacher HomePosts: 10,077 mod
    Because of the continuing issues with WebinarJam, the sessions are now being held in Google Hangouts. If we can fix the issues, we will let you know.
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