Welcome to Webinaris! In this article we give you a short overview about Webinaris and explain what you have to pay attention to.
I. Participate in our Introduction Webinar
Click HERE to sign up for our Introduction Webinar and learn how Webinaris works (currently only available in German)
II. Pay attention to the question marks
You will find small question marks everywhere in your Webinaris account:
If you click on it, you will get further information about the respective setting. If you don't know what to do, just click on it!
III. Use the help database
You are currently in the help database - here you will find interesting articles that will help you with your questions.
IV. The Best Practice
Webinaris is structured according to the open flow principle. This means that the logical menu guide takes you step by step through the entire setup process, but you can also switch between the menus as you wish. Especially for starters, we recommend simply going through the settings from top to bottom - then you won't miss anything:
V. Der best browser
Please use the Google Chrome browser for setup. Although Webinaris basically works with all other browsers, various settings in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge can still cause problems. Using Google Chrome will prevent most of the problems.
Important: This only affects the setup. Of course, participating in a webinar works with any current browser.
VI. The 3 most important basic rules of Webinaris
1. Always test before inviting participants
Use the preview and test functions and join your own webinar as a participant before you promote the webinar. This does not take long and ensures that all possible errors can be ruled out in advance.
2. Do not invite participants until everything is ready
Some settings are only adopted for new registrations, but not for existing registrations. That's why you should only advertise webinars when everything is really finished and you've done at least one test run of your own.
3. Launch in stages
Especially with automated webinars, you have the opportunity to test your webinars on a small scale. In this way you can eliminate any problems that arise - for example caused by your shop provider, the webinar system, the mailing tool or similar - before you bring the large crowd to the webinars.