You can add co-presenters to any live webinar in advance. Adding presenters before you publish a webinar will automatically include their name on your registration and thank you pages.

Presenter options

In addition to being able to speak on-camera, presenters can also share their screen.

Only the host has the option to present slides, play videos, and change layouts, as well as to answer questions and create polls, offers, and handouts.


To add a presenter

Step 1: In My Webinars, click Create New Webinar.

If you're adding a presenter to an existing webinar, click Options to the right of the webinar title, then click Edit Webinar.

Step 2: Click Add Presenter.

On the popup window, enter the presenter's name and email address.

Edit the invitation email to your liking.

Use the email tags on the right to auto-populate your message with various details about the webinar. Simply click to add.

Once done, click Save.

Click Add Presenter again to add more, if necessary.

Step 3: Enter all other necessary information, such as title, date and time, and if the webinar is going to be free or paid.

Step 4: When you're done, click Create Webinar.

Once the webinar is published, presenters will automatically get their invitation email, which includes a direct link to the webinar studio. Co-presenters do not need a WebinarNinja account to join your webinar.

If the webinar is already published, presenters will get the invitation email after you update the webinar.


To edit or remove presenters

In My Webinars, go to Options, then Edit Webinar to the right of the webinar.

Click the envelope icon to the right of the presenter you want to edit.

On the popup window, edit their name and email address as well as the invitation email, if desired.

Then click Save.

To remove a presenter, click the trash can icon to the right of the presenter you want to remove.

Then click Update Webinar.


For further assistance, contact us through live chat at the bottom right of this page or send us an email at support@webinarninja.com.

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