For some complex meetings, it may be useful to delegate moderator rights to another person. This allows you to focus on facilitating the meeting while your assistant takes notes, action items and manages time. Alternatively, if you need someone to take over your meeting while you are away, it is helpful to delegate. 

For each of your meetings you can delegate moderator privileges to one or more other users. You can do this from the meeting dot menu (shown below). Select the option Manage Moderators.

You'll be taken to a page that shows the users who currently have moderator privileges for your meeting. 

To add someone new, click the Add Moderator button.

You'll be shown a selection containing all of the users who have ever attended your meeting. You can type-ahead to find the user you want, and then select them. If you don't see the user you'd like, you can also enter an email address directly.

Some users may not have their Instant Agenda account in a state where it allows them to actually moderate your meeting. When that happens, we'll send the user an email letting them know what they need to do to complete the process; no more action is required on your part.

You can delegate as many moderators as you like. However, too many cooks in the kitchen (at the same time) can spoil the broth, as they say. 

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