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Comparison between Zoom Meeting and WebinarMeetingWebinar
Registration for attendees
Schedule using the web portal: https://nus-sg.zoom.us 

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titleAllow attendees to only view and listen

In a Zoom Meeting, by default anyone can text chat, share screen and unmute their own mic by themselves.

There are additional settings to make participants in Zoom Meeting to only be able to view and listen by preventing participants from unmuting themselves, sharing screen or text chatting. You can make them only able to text chat and raise hands. Zoom Meeting is actually suitable in most classroom settings, workshops and trainings. Guide to Managing Bigger Classes.

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titleAttendees have to Raise Hands before they can ask questions.

In a Zoom Meeting, by default anyone can text chat, share screen and unmute their own mic by themselves.

There are additional settings to make participants in Zoom Meeting to only be able to view and listen by preventing participants from unmuting themselves, sharing screen or text chatting. You can make them only able to text chat and raise hands. Zoom Meeting is actually suitable in most classroom settings, workshops and trainings. Guide to Managing Bigger Classes.

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Supports attendee size bigger than 300.

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titleText Q&A feature: Panelists to assist in answering questions by text.

The Question & Answer (Q&A) feature for webinars allows attendees to ask questions during the webinar and for the panelists, co-hosts and host to answer their questions.

With the public Q&A feature, attendees can answer each other's questions and if enabled, they may also upvote each others questions.

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