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Release Notes for R172

Restrict meeting access to iFrame only, creating recurring Vimeo events, use video parameters, and more! Released June 10 2020

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Written by Emily Zaehring
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Require Embedded Login

Problem: You want your restrict your meeting access through your web page only, for example restricting class access to registered people only, or only people who paid for the access.

Solution: You can enable "Require Embedded Login" from the meeting settings page.

From Settings > Access and Identity > Require Embedded Login

This toggle will only allow attendees to access MeetingPulse through an iframe. Attendees who attempt to access directly through MeetingPulse meeting link will get an error. The voting link will also be hidden from the broadcast view.

Recurring Vimeo Events

Problem: You have a Vimeo event that recurs regularly, and you want to keep the same settings, without creating a new session every time.

Solution: Set up a recurring Vimeo event, and embed the link into MeetingPulse.

We have now added support for Vimeo recurring events, which means MeetingPulse now supports all event types from Vimeo.

Video-less Meeting URL

Problem: You want to only show video on the main large screens, while your attendees can use a video-less link to vote on mobile.

Solution: Use the ?noVideo=true meeting parameter.

This option allows you to have a video-less meeting URL for a video meeting. This is particularly useful if you would like to provide your attendees with an additional link that doesn't show any video.

For a video-less URL, add ?noVideo=true to your main meeting URL.

With video:

Without video:

Video Parameters

You can have more control over your video meeting, by using video URL parameters.

AutoPlay: Add ?autoplay=true to your video URL, to enable autoplay on embedded videos (AutoPlay is currently available on Desktop devices only)

Muted: Add ?muted=true to your video URL, to mute the embedded video by default.

You can also combine more than one video parameter in your video URL:

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