Once your live stream is over you have a number of options on how to use your Glisser LIVE page going forward.
Open to view
You can leave your live stream (now a video) and your slide deck open to view once your event is over, perhaps even link to it as a resource from your website.
YouTube has a built-in editor to trim your videos to get rid of any dead time and the beginning or end of your stream. However, for anything more complex than that you will need to downloaded your video(s) and edit using video editing software before re-uploading as a new video. If you do need to do this please send your Glisser representative the new video link to update your page with.
As above, you may want to leave your content online as a permanent record of your event, but if it contains sensitive information it might be worth making it password protected. Speak to your Glisser representative to set up a password on your page.
Lock your page
Perhaps your stream was private and you don’t want anyone accessing the slide content or questions anymore. Delete your video from YouTube/LiveStream, or set it as Private. Then let your Glisser representative know and they can lock your Glisser LIVE page for you, with a custom message; ‘Stream now over, thanks for watching’ for example.