Legislate for Webex
Legislate for Webex makes joining, voting in, and moderating an online chamber easy. Click here to watch a video or learn more about Legislate for Webex.
Digital Clerks moderate the remote session. They can set the session agenda, call for votes, mute participants, turn off video, lower raised hands, and answer questions. There can be more than one Digital Clerk in a remote session. Click here for more information about Digital Clerks.
Legislators are chamber participants. They can view and participate in debates, cast votes, and enter group huddles with their colleagues. Click here for more information about the Legislator role.
The Lobby Attendant creates and manages the attendees of a remote session. The Lobby Attendant verifies people in the queue and asks security questions to ensure they have permission to join the remote session before they’re admitted. An organization can have more than one lobby attendant assigned to a session. Click here for more information about Lobby Attendants.
Administrative Clerks manage the Legislate for Webex platform for an organization. Administrative Clerks can create agendas, provide links to external documentation, and delegate user permissions. There can be more than one Administrative Clerk in an organization. Click here for more information about Administrative Clerks.
The captioner records the remote sessions of the meeting in text form. Captioners transcribe the remote session for closed captioning for hard-of-hearing and deaf participants. Click here for more information about Captioners.
Interpreters create online rooms specific to a particular language, and anyone who requires this translation can access them. For deaf and hard-of-hearing session participants, Interpreters can turn on their video to provide sign language translation and lip reading aid. Click here for more information about Interpreters.