Salesroom values privacy and gives each participant the option to decide how their likeness will be utilized.

When Recording is on, your consent will be respected. Every participant gets to decide what is recorded and used after the meeting ends.

You can't change your consent once you are in the meeting; you will have to refresh the page and return to the Lobby.


  • Everything on - This is the default and what Salesroom recommends participants use for their meetings as it allows for the most value in moving deals forward after the meeting. It's what most people are used on other video conferencing providers when the meeting is being recorded.

  • Video Off - We won't add you to the video recording after the meeting, including highlights. This is the most common option as some participants, for many reasons, don't want their video to be captured and used anywhere other than the live meeting itself. The only way to achieve this with other video conferencing platforms is to either not record or keep the camera off during the meeting.

  • Audio Off - We won't capture what you say in the video recording, including highlights. It's uncommon to select this, but the choice is yours. An example of when you might want to turn audio off is if there is a meeting where you are happy for transcriptions to be taken but don't want your voice in the video recording.

  • Transcription Off - We won't transcribe what you say. At the very least, Salesroom recommends participants keep transcription on as it makes a big difference in helping move the deal forward after the meeting.

Toggle the options off or on as needed. Your choices will be remembered.

To get to the consent options when recording are off, click the "Consent" button under the "Start Meeting" button.

Consent button when video notes have not yet started.

Click the "change your consent" link on the red banner to get to the consent options when recording is on.

In the call, from the participant's tab, you are able to see who gave what consent.

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