Before you begin
Your Webex administrator must enable live streaming and you must have a Workplace from Facebook account.
Make sure that you have signed in to Workplace from Facebook and become familiar with the process of live streaming well before you intend to live stream your meeting or event.
Sharing a whiteboard and sharing a file using Share File, including sharing a video file, aren’t supported while live streaming.
Sign in to your Webex site and start your meeting or event.
Go to More options , and click Start live streaming.
Live streaming isn't available during a practice session in an event.
Select Workplace from Facebook and sign in to your account, if necessary.
Give your stream a name and description.
Select your broadcasting options:
Select the video options that you want to toggle on or off:
(Optional) Click Change streaming layouts to set the video layout of your stream.
For more information about selecting your streaming video layout, see Live Stream Your Webex Meetings or Events.
Click Continue, and then click Start Streaming to start streaming from Webex meetings or events.
To confirm that you're streaming from Webex Meetings or Webex Events, check for the Live indicator in the upper-right corner of your meeting or event.
What to do next
Go back to Workplace and select.
Go back to your meeting or event, select More Options , and then select Stop streaming.
Beginning with the 41.7 update, hosts who are streaming meetings to Workplace from Facebook can interact with live stream viewers using the Workplace streaming comment feed that appears in the Multimedia Viewer. However, hosts, attendees, and viewers may experience the following issues:
Attendees participating in the meeting can see the comment feed in their Webex application. If they aren’t signed in to Workplace from Facebook, the comment feed is replaced by an authentication message.
If during a meeting the host starts live streaming to Workplace from Facebook while using the Multimedia Viewer, the comment feed replaces the multimedia being shared.