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Improving Zoom for NCs Ideas Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Nikita Jones-Houston
23:04
Good Evening Everyone! Nikita Jones-Houston from CANNDU wishing you all abundant blessings and good health for the New Year!
ADRIANA DE LA CRUZ
23:35
Thank you Raquel
Maria Skelton-RNC-i called in
25:09
have a bless and safe holiday.Maria Skelton - RNC
Jason Hector
30:13
Thank you Raquel and Glenn for having this meeting. Thank you also for enabling the participants tab. This allows attendees to see who is in the room and is my comment. In order to make it more of an open meeting, I think this should always be made available please for all Brown Act meetings.
Pat Bates Encino NC
30:38
Zoom is a big company, LA is a big city. An opportunity for both.
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
31:47
For me, I noticed I had to Rename from the options on my Gallery window
Raquel Beltran
31:52
You are welcome Jason. Thanks for the comment.
Raquel Beltran
33:02
I agree with Pat Bates. They benefit from the opportunity we are giving them.
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
34:29
A built in timer would be great.
Bianca Cockrell - HUNC
35:24
^^ second that. It is necessary, but becomes awkward and feels pointed when board members take it upon themselves to self-time (self-police).
Pat Bates Encino NC
35:24
built in timer would be really great
Glenn Bailey - LANCC & VANC
35:34
If you haven't already done so, please add your NC name (or initials) AFTER your name by going to Participants, find and hover over your name (alphabetical by first name) and click on "More" to access rename feature. Thanks!
Nikita Jones-Houston (CANNDU)
36:04
Not sure if it is already available, but a print screen function would be nice so that participants can capture items being shared on screen.
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
36:10
Not just the order of raised hands, but those lowered, and raised a second time
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
36:43
The order of raised hands is not visible when you are not a host – it would be helpful for board members or attendees to know where they are in line.
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
38:20
every suggestion so far is great and seems to be for webinar mode. Same new features would be great for meeting mode as well :~)
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
39:35
re: tracking data for meeting attendees, it’d be helpful to have a feature to flag participants that violate the code of civility/brown act. right now the only option is to mute, but if there was a way to show that within a meeting a participant has violated brown act or code of civility more than once, I think it’d be beneficial for accountability of board members & stakeholders
Laura Meyers UNNC
40:30
I agree with Rachael. UNNC always uses the meeting format. Please remember to address that with the Zoom execs (and City I.T.)
Pat Bates Encino NC
40:33
Locking tiles is an issue throughout Zoom...would be great if possible
ADRIANA DE LA CRUZ
43:08
Thank You Julien
Dean Pentcheff (Coastal San Pedro NC)
43:21
Technical request: a user option to freeze the order of the “Participants” list, simply adding new arrivals at the bottom (or top), but leaving the order of names unchanged. This would help roll-call votes, quorum checking, etc. This could be coupled with introducing order-of-raising numbers within “raised hands”, so that the order of raised hands can be observed without changing the list order.
Glenn Bailey - LANCC & VANC
43:39
This topic will also be one of the agenda items on Saturday's LANCC meeting agenda although the time available for input will be limited. The agenda has just been emailed to NCs and will be posted on the www.LANCC.org website by tomorrow morning. Tonight is the best opportunity to ask questions, make suggestions and comments, including in Chat, regarding NC use of Zoom.
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
43:58
Love the stickies Julien! :~)
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
44:49
Linda: which items from his list are training issues?
Brian Allen GHNNC
46:38
Currently there is no ability to know who and how many attendees are on any meeting. I would suggest a participants list is made available to all attendees. This is in keeping with full transparency. I also suggest the ability to view the attendees in a separate screen which allows for both attendees and panelists can be seen but in separate windows.
ADRIANA DE LA CRUZ
48:14
Suggestion: I agree for improved transparency that a visible participant list (and panelists) should be a tile in the gallery view in addition to a visible participant list during a webinar (so we can see the raised 🙋🏻‍♀️ hands) and in what order - thank you Glenn
Garry Fordyce
48:49
No Courthouse nor Respect to Attendees as follows: 1) Can't see Panelists. 2) Panelists don't state who is speaking each time they speak. 3) Attendees are not identifiable. 4) Number of Attendees are not announced and should be done periodically. 5) Screen sharing is a joke, as screens are moved so quickly they cannot be read. 6) All links to Agenda, MERs, supporting Documents needs to be part of the Agenda and or Email. 7) Vote counts need to be announced identifying who voted yay or nay. 8) Boards are arbitrarily removing attendees from meetings without cause. Since ID#s are being reused, removals are permanent. 9) Speaker times are not equal and no ability to appeal for Equity. 10) Passwords should not be allowed.
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
51:11
At Los Feliz NC, while we had in the past had two committees meet in tandem, with mostly the same members, they try to avoid diverse meetings at once, since Stakeholders would not be able to attend both
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
51:15
building off of what laura meyers is saying: it might help to have a feature where licensed/premium accounts have the ability to generate a certain amount of meetings per month that can be distributed to others. idk if i stated that in a way that makes sense.
Richard Larsen LHNC
51:30
I don’t have the Participant choices, what’s up?
Garry Fordyce
51:42
Courtousy not Courthouse
Conrad Starr GWNC
52:28
“raise hand” has moved to the “reactions” if you have the new Zoom app for computer.
Richard Larsen LHNC
53:46
TY
Damien Burke (HSDNC)
53:58
Laura, how large are your committees? I find that 3-7 people can record votes very quickly very informally.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
54:01
re: video/on screen transparency (this isn’t a zoom feature comment) i feel that it’s important to remind stakeholders as well as other board members that wifi connections/device performance can affect the ability of participants to be on screen. it’s not inclusive to demand that everyone has the ability to have their video on at every meeting.
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
54:58
agree with you @Theresa – we have some board members who can only participate via phone due to connectivity issues
Laura Meyers UNNC
55:24
Initially UNNC tried to calendar all of our committee meetings on different nights, but we are also juggling our own committee meetings with standing meetings of HPOZs in our community AND neighborhood associations (that is, we will never conflict with these). So now that we have 11 active committees, and counting, some do end up on the same nights -- not necessarily the same time.)
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
55:46
Aa a “nice to have” feature, it would be great to have an agenda functionality where you can import the meeting outline and highlight which item you are currently discussing.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
56:01
Brandi is making a great suggestion re: ip address tracking for sign ins
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
57:59
@traci that’d be helpful, especially if there was a way for it to be built into a chat function.
Lauren Echo Park NC
59:03
There is a difference between attending a public meeting and inviting the public into your home via a camera. That feature will only invite very expensive litigation and solve nothing. What I'd like is a turn camera view off so I don't have to watch people eat on camera. Gross. Happens regularly, btw.
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
59:10
You mean the President doesn't have to Host each and every Committee Meeting? What a concept....
Pat Bates Encino NC
01:00:16
David Uebersax you are right!
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:01:08
just gonna say that demanding people be on camera is NOT equitable to those with older devices or weaker internet connections
Glenn Bailey - LANCC & VANC
01:01:49
A Zoom Webinar host may make the Committee chair the co-host and then LEAVE the meeting without ending it. The meeting continues until the co-host ends the meeting. I do this frequently.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:02:06
please be mindful that many people are renters or facing financial hardship that doesn’t allow them to have premium devices/wifi that allows video
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
01:03:14
I do it occasionally too Glenn...but sometimes even that is difficult
Ro Hensley
01:03:21
That option Patti mentioned for panelists only prior to the webinar going live is currently available in Zoom settings.
Richard Larsen LHNC
01:03:25
so true theresa
Raquel Beltran
01:03:39
Thanks so much Patti. We try hard.
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
01:03:49
@theresa yes, even without financial implications, in my area the internet speeds just cannot support the bandwidth requirements for multiple people to be on zoom in our household simultaneously. we pay for the highest tier and still have to schedule around each other to make it work.
Phyllis Ling - HCNNC
01:04:20
It would be helpful to have language support for phone users, so when they dial in, they have the option to hear instructions in other languages, including Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, etc.
Brian Allen GHNNC
01:04:26
The webinar is designed for training not meetings while the standard zoom meeting is the proper method to allow for public interaction. any functionality changes should be done to the meeting software for general meetings.
Garry Fordyce
01:05:16
I agree with Brian
Richard Larsen LHNC
01:05:43
Thank you Brandi D’Amore
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:06:38
in the past i’ve been told that samantha dancer’s suggestion is a brown act violation, but i agree with her sentiment re: questions for agenda item
Tony Wilkinson
01:07:48
That is another reason for more people having a separate $15 per month Zoom account. It comes with 1GB of cloud recording.
Ro Hensley
01:08:18
Agree Tony + you can upgrade for more GB of cloud storage for recordings on the zoom account
Lauren Echo Park NC
01:08:21
Echo Park only makes audio recordings available because of file size. Would parking them on a YouTube channel be recommended?
Tony Wilkinson
01:08:32
One reason that I have GoToMeeting ($19/month) for committees is that that level provides both unlimited cloud recording and TRANSCRIPTS.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:08:36
I think Jamie Penn’s suggestion re: posting the recordings of meetings on zoom would increase participation and be more inclusive for those that might not be able to attend the meetings live/find the meetings afterward online
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:08:53
I wasn’t disconnected. and I have my hand up please
Lauren Echo Park NC
01:09:31
+1 @Jason Hector!
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:11:02
re: Jason Hector’s suggestion, a lot of nc’s would GREATLY benefit from tech ops liaisons
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:11:18
It is vey important…
Dave Beauvais GHSNC
01:11:33
One feature I would like to see is to be able to share the agenda during the meeting in one frame. Attendees could reference throughout the meeting.
Tony Wilkinson
01:11:51
The public has a right to see who is in the room. Howvere the static picture does have a purpose (for example, to put up when you have stepped away).
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:12:01
i have an extensive background in technology/digital comms that frequently goes underused while many others struggle with pretty simple digital/tech concepts that could be easily clarified from those with more experience/knowledge
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:12:12
I agree with Jason. Has anyone else attended a City council PLUM meeting? Can't tell at all who is there.
EDUARDO AGUIRRE
01:14:08
free meals for my friends .
Keren Waters-GHNNC
01:14:17
City Council PLUM: Curren Price, Marqueese Dawson, John Lee, I think Mike Bonin.
Tony Wilkinson
01:14:26
Tne current policy does not PROHIBIT an Neighborhood Council from giving committee chairs a Zoom account for $15/month. My concern is that a customized Zoom migh end up PROHIBITING any Zoom account other than those controlled by DONE.
Hester P
01:14:32
If you are on the board or committee and don't have bandwidth for video, at least put up a photo so people know you are there.. Otherwise, when you speak, the audience hears a voice out of nowhere; the public doesn't even see a black box with your name like your fellow panelists see. And especially so for committee co-chairs or whoever is running the meeting. Having anonymous voices out of nowhere is anathema to community engagement.
Jason Hector, Porter Ranch NC
01:14:54
I agree with Dave. if we could create a new tile for the timer and also a new one for the agenda.
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:15:08
my hand is up... I would like to speak too
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:15:10
Well, I know who is on the committee, but the way the PLUM meetings are being run, all of them could be in their kitchens during the one hour or so of public comment. We can;t see if they are present or not.
Jason Hector, Porter Ranch NC
01:15:24
Thank you to Julien as well. Good work on the list.
EDUARDO AGUIRRE
01:16:22
/exist another platforms like IOS and that work well for us , Zomm whas a city source
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:16:30
while appreciate Hester’s concern re: the public’s ability to know who they’re speaking with, I believe that’s why most NC’s have photos of their board members posted on their website. and to those that don’t, should we enforce the same as well?
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:17:59
I believe you can list additional users on the account?
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:18:12
By email
Tony Wilkinson
01:18:53
It may cost DONE more to have multiple hosts per NC than for the NC to just pay for a few more individual $15/month accounts.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:18:57
generally i think it’d be beneficial to have a more built out chat functions if that’s posssible
Pat Bates Encino NC
01:19:18
Thank you for doing this - the comments and suggestions should be a big help for negotiations. Especially important - alternative host. Best wishes to all for the New Year.
Phyllis Ling - HCNNC
01:20:02
It would also be useful if the Zoom video recording included the panelists and attendees tabs, so we could have better record of when board members join and leave the meeting. Sometimes people get disconnected and then come back later, or they don't, and it's hard to keep track.
Tony Wilkinson
01:21:12
We are no different from City Council. Same public meeting rules. Can't make the problematic people go away. Frankly, they come to my committee meetings and have been fairly well behaved, partly because we are codial, at least with Wayne.
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:21:34
yes. good point Tony
Tony Wilkinson
01:21:34
cordial
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:21:54
thank you Karen for your voice as well
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:22:38
yes Tony, that is exactly what I was referring to as intentional agitators.
Lauren Echo Park NC
01:22:43
Free speech doesn't defer to people's sensibilities of decorum. Welcome to political service.
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:23:11
Pat, yes
Tony Wilkinson
01:23:28
YES YES YES!!! At least auto translate SPANISH in closed captions. A BIG DEAL.
Garry Fordyce
01:23:43
zoom attendee connections get disconnected. when that happens all chat is lost, beginning anew with reconnection. of course this does not affect webinars but boards are using zoom and losing content. zoom can fix this.
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:23:56
Seems as though there should be a handbook made
Lauren Echo Park NC
01:24:24
A huge deal @Tony Wilkerson, but what about the folks calling in by phone?
Tony Wilkinson
01:24:25
GoToMeeting has a great post-meeting report. Includes speaking time, video resolution, connection issues graphs.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:24:34
given the challenges many nc’s are facing with both zoom, social media, google accounts, web hosting, and generally digital communication, i just want to double down on my need for every NC to have a tech liaison responsible for making recommendations/training others re: these ~virtual governance~ issues
DigIn ADBC
01:24:39
Garry Fordyce’s comment: yes! To be clear: on reconnect (or initial connect) to an ongoing meeting, prior chat should be patched into the client’s view.
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:24:52
With a co-host you need to be "on" the meeting but the co-host cannot "end" the meeting and stop the recording. Not sure if that is a problem in the webinar setting, but it is in the meeting format.
samantha danner SLNC
01:25:09
there are some
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:25:10
I mean, "don't" need to be on/in the meeting
Heather S. Michaels - Encino NC
01:25:15
hi Adrianna!
samantha danner SLNC
01:25:34
there are some platforms that provide live subtitles
Tony Wilkinson
01:25:38
All the Brown act says is that people attending the meeting must be able to tell how each member of the panel voted. It doesn't say how. Voice response, raised hand, etc.
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:26:02
Yes…we need a perms-mute :~)
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:26:18
oops We need a perma-mute :~)
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
01:26:19
Your computer has a mute key?
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
01:26:44
Theresa...maybe we need a Tech Alliance!
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:26:45
The host needs a perma-mute
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
01:27:22
Or...LANCC may be willing to do that as a sort of committee
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
01:27:23
It would be great if you could customize the Webinar ID number to something more customizable (similar to how bit.ly works)
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
01:27:40
*more recognizable/readable
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:27:43
You can create a “Personal Meeting ID” and choose to use yours when you create settings.
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:28:00
The settings are the worst ever. Yes.
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:28:03
I think I would like to know a protocol reason why people are trying to have permanent meeting IDs and passcodes? Isn't that a security issue?
Richard Larsen LHNC
01:28:04
Attendees, once allowed to speak, can currently keep speaking and often chime in later, even on voting. Someone should check that Attendees can me given their time, but then muted so we can get on to voting and the Agenda. Not trying to block anyone, just keep us going forward..
Tony Wilkinson
01:28:39
The benefit of separate $15/month accounts for committees is that each one can set up a recurring meeting with the same loginb ID.
Garry Fordyce
01:28:40
Have zoom recognize phone numbers and identify callers from past use. this would pre identify foul language callers.
DigIn ADBC
01:29:14
Laura: “standing” meeting IDs allow for reuse of links to a meeting, same link on agendas, etc.: Convenience and reducing the likelihood that people can’t find the correct link for a meeting.
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:29:54
But I wonder if that increases the possibility of zoom bombers?
DigIn ADBC
01:30:09
They’re public meetings, for better or worse :)
Tony Wilkinson
01:30:23
The individual tweaks might be best set up as new options in the Zoom settings. Thene they could be turnee on or off if a particular NC had an issue with one or the other.
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
01:31:00
Laura, that is a good point. Although the meetings are public, having a recurring meeting ID and password does open you to zoom bombers from around the world.
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:31:54
Also, we now call it "Zoom Meeting Passcode" rather than "password." Semantics. But seems more welcoming, less exclusionary.
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
01:32:18
I wisely took the advice of a couple of my BM/Committee Chairs, and set up a 'Recurring Meeting', so there would not be a need to edit info on the Agenda every month.
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
01:33:55
Only thing close to a Zoom Bomb was an advocacy group, eyeing a particular agenda item. Similar challenge to having an in-person 'packed room', so there are challenges, but the art is listening to the real concerns behind disruptive rhetoric.
Damien Burke (HSDNC)
01:33:59
That’s what we all need. A parliamentarian, city attorney, moderator, and minute taker.
Tony Wilkinson
01:34:36
This may be the beginning of people stopping to use NC Committees for community issues and moving to their own platforms. Essentially things only get proposed to NCs at monthly meeting and all of the rest of the community work gets done as outside organizations / groups. The beginning of the end of the NC as an important neighborhodd resource.
DigIn ADBC
01:34:37
Appreciate the intent to revise the checklist/spreadsheet. In many cases, just a one-liner or sentence fragment explaining the implication of a setting will be very illuminating as we choose to make those settings.
ADRIANA DE LA CRUZ
01:35:04
suggestion: In the WEBINAR tab, verify that Allow participants to join before host can be enabled (as we can under meetings)
Heather S. Michaels
01:35:13
another thing. if it's possible for the chat to be an ongoing thread that remains till the end of the meeting. Technically, with all of us, we tend to have to restart zoom and lose all the chat. Is there a way it remains.. and doesn't start fresh?
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:35:48
No more mandates…
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:36:30
I hope we can one day do both
Heather S. Michaels
01:36:34
reflecting forward - again on the issues with belligerent participants - there should also be some sort of 3 strike rule. For those that are using foul language, threats etc.. they should be removed after so many violations. Maybe something can be established
Tony Wilkinson
01:38:22
The city attorney is likely to attack the chat function, which I think is essential for good meetings. I can't see how a PUBLIC chat that matches the AGENDIZED meeting topics can be a Brown Act prohibited communication OUTSIDE OF a notice public meeting. Chat *IS* in a noticed public meeting.
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:38:45
I would love to uplift that our unhoused neighbors often call in via phone <3
Keren Waters-GHNNC
01:39:46
Right Heather. There are repeat offenders. Councilmember Ridley Thomas addressed this the day they all were sworn in. A usual offender called in. It serves no purpose and is disruptive. It is a hostile work environment situation. Hopefully they will resolve it for City Council and Neighborhood Councils.
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:40:38
We do not use the chat function at WCLNC
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:40:41
WCKNC*
EDUARDO AGUIRRE
01:40:45
some one know , How much Zoom is costing to our NC Monthly or is a free for use product.
Tony Wilkinson
01:40:47
I support what we have now. DONE licenses, one per NC, mostly for Board meetings. If youi need to charge them back to us, that's OK. It's just that we need the ability to have a few other licenses, bought locally, mainly for committees.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:40:47
@Keren & Heather, that’s why I think a “flagging” feature might be beneficial
Heather S. Michaels
01:41:44
yes.. and that is a concern, not just within the NC overall, as there are intentional agitators that make it a point to visit each and every council JUST to be disruptive and cause distress. BUT also, sadly there is some of this among board members... and that is very disappointing to hear. There should be an ability to speak to the committee to address harassment or bullying, as that should be unacceptable. Certainly this needs to be addressed.
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:41:47
The primary use of Chat at UNNC is to propose and adopt motions. We end up having a good immediate record of the written motions that were affirmatively voted on.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:42:04
@keren & heather, with a flagging feature, we’d be able to see how many instances across a single meeting (or multiple meetings) that a repeat offender…. offends
Heather S. Michaels
01:42:08
yes.. @Theresa.. agree
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:43:09
the problem with muting, is that rn muting is left to the discretion of ONE person, sometimes 2
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:43:16
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Heather S. Michaels
01:43:20
repeat offenders.. and to date, there has been no structure to do this and we have had an ongoing issue with a particular stakeholder, which time and time again does this. On multiple NC - this is offensive and destructive
Lauren Echo Park NC
01:43:26
Off topic comments is an automatic mute after 1 warning during City Council meetings.
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:43:31
but if that person is not the person being harassed, they might not feel the person is worth muting
Tony Wilkinson
01:43:46
The city attorney is likely to dislike chat for the reaon that it can get us in trouble. If I say to Laura, I'll vote for your item 5 if you'll vote for my item 7, I have just committeed a crime (vote trading) in a public chat.
Heather S. Michaels
01:44:13
yes agree, chat function is helpful in these meetings.
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:44:23
That would be private chat, Tony. We don't allow that anyway.
Traci Larson (she/her) - ASNC
01:44:31
The city attorney should like having public records of crimes – seems like an easy way to prosecute offenders :)
Glenn Bailey LANCC & VANC
01:44:48
On behalf of Adriana De La Cruz: "need to enable any Zoom features via a voice recognition for ADA needs - raise hand and mute/unmute etc. for those dialing in"
David Uebersax Winnetka NC President, LANCC Vice Chair
01:45:01
We like the Chat, but when we had disruptors, we pulled up to discuss whether to Close it down. We didn't, but the key is making sure my Board doesn't engage with retort...or running commentary (though it's okay if we do it here!)
Tony Wilkinson
01:45:12
I don't think private chat should be allowed. Thagt IS a Brown Act violation. I'd like to see a switch that turns off private chat for our public meetings.
Heather S. Michaels
01:45:38
Right Tony, there are circumstances with the chat that can be a concern, and on certain meetings should be disabled. For example, when we had the Congress, and moderated the Social Equity and other platforms. The Mayor's time was not enabled for a chat feature
Linda Gravani LBNC
01:45:51
It can be turned off
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:46:10
Thank you Raquel, Glenn, and everyone!
Lauren Echo Park NC
01:46:14
Thank you Glen, GM Beltran and Julien! Much appreciated.
Tony Wilkinson
01:46:18
Linda, I'm talking about chat ON but private chat OFF.
Keren Waters-GHNNC
01:46:22
Happy New Year Everyone! Stay Safe! :)
Laura Meyers UNNC
01:46:29
Tony, in the meeting setting, somehow UNNC has figured out that any participant can write a chat to the host/co-host/moderator BUT only these hosts can write a chat to "Everyone" (e.g., the proposed motions).
Miran
01:46:39
Happy New Year Everyone! Stay Safe! :)
Liliana Sanchez
01:46:44
happy New Year!
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:46:46
thank you for allowing us this opportunity to provide feedback directly to Zoom
Raquel Beltran
01:46:49
feedback@lacity.org
Heather S. Michaels
01:46:59
Happy New Years everyone, be safe and well.. a wonderful year and many blessings to all of you and your loved ones.
Raquel Beltran
01:47:16
Happy New Year! Be well!
Tony Wilkinson
01:47:17
Laura, unless every Board member does Everyone chat, their chat is a Brown Act violation
Rachael Rose Luckey (RVNC)
01:47:18
Happy New Year!!! Here’s to a better year next year!!!
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:47:19
of course this is helpful for LA City, but will be beneficial to similar ecosystems as well :3
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:47:32
gracias everyone!
Jamie Penn - WCKNC (She, her)
01:47:46
Solidarity everyone!
theresa (she/they) - HHPNC
01:47:47
feliz nuevo ano
Tony Wilkinson
01:48:22
Yes, because I came late and my chat save does not include the start