If it is an internal event where you openly see who writes the posts it can very well work completely without moderation, but if it is a public event or maybe even an anonymous event, you should definitely consider moderating / filtering what is shown in the results and chats.
It can also be good to have moderation to help presenters sift through incoming questions and posts. Especially at large events where there can be a very large number of questions. Then a specialist can evaluate the questions and pass them on to the host.
Twebcast also has chat moderation where designated participants get the rights to moderate incoming posts directly in the chat.
Tip:It is also possible to move questions between different pages. An example might be that an incoming question might be better answered by a guest later in the program.
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