Any news on the possibility to "delete old webinars" ?
I have the same issue, with some "test" webinars I'd like to remove from history...
(at least : can I submit webinars'IDs to remove, to someone in charge ?)
@AshC Thanks for your reply.
Though my wish is not to "anonymize attendance", but to remove / delete a past webinar that I used as "test" for instance = I do these "test" webinars about twice a year, to make sure my whole system works properly (cam, mics, PC, recordings...), as if in "real conditions"
But then it would be useful to remove them from my history (so my KPIs or navitaging gets easier...)
Good if you can push the idea to to management ;-)
And thanks for your help anyway.
I like to do a quick practice run with my panelists the day prior to the webinar so I use the built-in practice mode. I have a few questions about this...
@ryanz I can assure you that Attendees cannot join a scheduled GoToWebinar until an Organizer officially starts the broadcast for all participants. I'm afraid past webinars cannot be deleted from the history / analytics at this time.
@AshC so does that mean if I click the "Practice" button in the dashboard, then while in the practice mode I click the "Start Broadcast" button, it will be open for registered attendees to hear audio and see what we share?
If the answer to the above question is "yes" then I don't understand the purpose of a practice mode.
@ryanz Correct. Practice Mode is strictly for Staff members to connect in advance of the actual broadcast, for the purpose of pre-session coordination etc.
To actually practice a live broadcast I usually schedule a duplicate webinar for all Staff.
Deleting "selected" historical webinars and/or meetings is a much needed feature. As noted, there are many "test" webinars that need to be deleted along with webinars that were pre-recorded - start/stop/start again. This would free up server space for GoToWebinar/Meeting and clean-up lists with unwanted webinars - starts to get confusing when pre-recording as to which webinar is the "right" final one.