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We are building a web application that allows people to host a video session, and only one person at a time can host it.

So whoever is watching the video session, they can click a button to ask the person who is hosting the video session to take over.

And the person who is hosting the video can click a button to assign someone else to host the video session.

Being a non-native english speaker, we are not sure how to properly phrase the buttons. See image below:

  1. First image : How to properly phrase "Raise your hand"? meaning I want to ask the person who is currently hosting the video session to take over the session

  2. Second image : How to properly phrase "Hand over"? meaning I want to ask the person who is currently hosting the video session to take over the session

How to properly phrase "Raise your hand"? meaning I want to ask the person who is currently hosting the video session to take over the session

How to properly phrase "Hand over"? meaning I want to ask the person who is currently hosting the video session to take over the session

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    Not sure if this question is relevant in this forum and I am not a native english speaker myself but here goes: Request hosting, Allow host relay, Relay hosting
    – fluxd
    Jun 24 '15 at 9:09
  • "hang over" is a typo mistake in the image which should be "hand over" Jun 24 '15 at 9:24
  • Do you really want to use between 25-50% of your screenspace for this feature? Because i dont think that it matters who's session host and who not
    – BlueWizard
    Jun 27 '15 at 22:37
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I would use Ask to host and Grant video host or shorter Grant host

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