Here's a short video on how you can add guests to your broadcast:

For a more detailed explanation on how to add guests, feel free to read the full article below:

First, you will need to create a broadcast. You can learn all about it in this awesome guide!

Once you enter the studio you will see different icons on the left bar of your screen.  "Add Guest" will be the 2nd grey one from the top.

Once you click on the icon you will see the link, hover the mouse to that section and option to "Copy Link" will be displayed.

After you click "Copy Link" you will see "Copied to clipboard" message.

Clipboard is a holding place on your computer where your link will be stored. To paste and send the link to your guest you can use Command+V combination if you are using Mac and Ctrl+V combination if you are using Windows computer. To send the link, you can use any convenient for you way of online communication: Messenger, email, text message etc.


  • Your guest can only join a broadcast from their personal Facebook profile/YouTube channel, but you can edit guest's name that is shown on the screen.
  • You can use the same guest link for every guest in all your broadcasts.
  • Apart from 4 guests, you can add +2 guests in "Audio only" mode to the live broadcast.
  • Your guest can join the broadcast studio any time from the moment you send them the link.

If you want to know what further steps your guest should take you can learn more in our Guest Experience articles 📑 depending if your guest is using a computer or mobile/tablet(iPad).

Now click "connect your camera". Once all is set and guests have joined, push sources to the stream by clicking the orange button "Show in Stream" in the top right corner of the camera feed. 

During the free trial and on the paid plan you can have up to 4 people on the screen at the same time. Depending on the number of guests you will see different options of layouts under the preview window and you can switch between them any time before or during your live show.

Note, if you don't plan on being in the stream yourself, you don't necessarily need to connect your camera, you can just manage the setup and all the features while your guests take the stage 🌟 

We are also eager to share a tips&tricks video on how to Interview your guests like a Pro from our Be.Live host Owen Video
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