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Custom Pod Help: Participant Pointers

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Oct 06, 2011 Oct 06, 2011

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Hello,

I'm a relative newcomer to Connect and the Adobe forums: if I'm asking something that is already built into Connect, or asking a question that has already been addressed, please point me in the right direction.

I'm trying to find a custom pod that would duplicate a feature used by our organization while working with a prior web conferencing service. This feature allowed the facilitator to activate a participant pointer/cursors for every participant in the session. This would automatically assign a pointer to each participant, place the participant's name on the pointer, and attribute colors to each pointer randomly. The facilitator would use this feature by having participants place their pointer in different locations on a whiteboard, shared document, etc. to show their preferences, select answers, indicate where in the country they may be joining the session from, etc.

Has anyone seen or developed such an add-on, or have recommendations for developing such a pod?

Thank you,

Rick

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LEGEND ,
Oct 07, 2011 Oct 07, 2011

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You can turn the Host Cursor feature on and make everyone a host in the room. This will display a pointer with the individuals name next to it... but will probably lead to other problems if the group is not well behaved (too many chef's in the kitchen).

Other than that, I'm not aware of anything currently created for this function.

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