Control & orchestration

What makes Twebcast a little bit extra unique is that when creating events with us, it also means that we empower you with full control and orchestration. Meaning that you can steer all guests in a live state, which we call Control in our backend.

No items found.
No items found.


When we say 'full control,' we mean absolute control. With our platform, you can create various participant views in our timeline based on the specific content you want to showcase and when you want to showcase it. The same timeline you've designed will be presented under "control" during your event. This is where the magic happens: as you move the current position along the timeline, the view for every participant seamlessly transitions to the desired content for each stage of your event. This feature empowers you to craft a dynamic event experience, allowing you to, for instance, release different content before the event, let your participants engage in interactive sessions during the event, and conclude with a thank-you page or survey, all under your control.

Multiple screens:

Our platform empowers you to create designated participant tracks, multiple screen tracks, and seamlessly segment your event. This flexibility allows you to orchestrate with full control over multiple screens in real-time, facilitating a dynamic event experience customized for all attendees, all managed from one central location, under control.

Let us put this into a scenario: consider having one group of participants on-site, enjoying a unique experience, while another group participates digitally, all tailored for an exceptional event experience. You can effortlessly manage interactive polls and quizzes for both segments while controlling an on-site screen displaying real-time results from all participants, which on-site attendees can follow directly. Simultaneously, you can deliver ultra-low latency streams to those participating digitally.

Furthermore, participants can actively engage with the studio by posting questions, and the moderator has a dedicated screen that continuously receives participant questions throughout the session. This level of control ensures a seamless and engaging event for all attendees, whether they're on-site or participating digitally or for any other event setup your specific needs require.


Another crucial aspect of control and orchestration often required during events is moderation. This role is designated to oversee and manage various aspects, such as attendee questions, digital chats, meetings, and results.

Our platform offers a variety of moderation options, allowing you to tailor the level of control to the specific needs of your event. You can establish moderation settings by creating tracks where only authorized individuals can access and review questions. Additionally, you have the flexibility to incorporate various moderation components into the platform.

Once again, the real-time "conrol" serves as the hub where you can monitor everything as it happens, observe incoming answers, and take action by viewing, editing, or removing content that may not be relevant.

Screen Setup:

As mentioned earlier, our platform offers versatile screen management through different screen tracks, allowing you to display participant results in various engaging ways on large screens. You have the ability to create multiple screen tracks and control them separately. This flexibility lets you, for example, simultaneously show participant questions to a moderator on the stage and display different results on the stage screens.

How to Set Up Screens:

  • Log in to your account and enter the "control" view of your project, where you have a overview of where the current position is and where you can make sure you are on the right position to view your screen.
  • Click on the play button in the top right corner and press "Screen".
  • You'll see your various screen tracks; choose the one you want to manage from your current computer.
  • Two options will appear:
  • "Take Control Over Track": This computer becomes the "master" and displays the live results in real-time. Only one screen should be run with “take control over track” and that screen will be the one following your orchestration when you move in live mode. This is usually the preferred choice unless you have a particular setup (see the next option).
  • "Mirror the Main Screen": This option requires a "master" and only shows results when another screen takes control of the track, displaying what the "current position" in live mode shows. This is useful for events like hub events where you want to display results on multiple screens in different locations, all controlled from one central place.
  • To set up another screen track on a different computer, follow the same steps above, but choose the screen track you want to display on that computer.

Utilizing screens and this function allows you to actively engage the audience by displaying their answers in a visually appealing and real-time manner. With the ability to use several screens for various purposes, enhances the overall event experience, ensuring a seamless and interactive event for all participants.