Watermarking helps provide content security for your organization. It acts as a deterrent against unauthorized sharing of sensitive or proprietary content.
Client-side watermarking appears in the top left of a participant's main window, as text overlaid on the stream or screen share. Participants with an Evercast account will see their own name and email on the screen, along with the date. Guests will see their name and the room name.
If your company has an Evercast Admin Portal account, your permissions manager can enable client-side watermarking. If you don't have Admin Portal, you can also request watermarking from your account manager.
Here's how to activate watermarking in the Admin Portal.
Click on the Feature controls tab at the top of your window, then click Defaults. The Default features panel appears.
To turn on watermarking in all rooms, click the Watermark all streams toggle so it shows a black dot.
If you want watermarking in some rooms and not in others, select the Room-specific checkbox on the right.
To turn on watermarking in a specific room, select the Feature controls tab at the top of your window and click on the room that you want to adjust. On the right you will see the Feature availability panel for that room. Click the Watermark all streams toggle so it shows a black dot.
Watermarking is set to "off" by default. You will have to manually turn it on if you want this feature enabled.
Known issue: Evercast for Chrome does not show watermarking on Screen share streams.