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==Breakout Rooms in a Teams Meeting==
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The organizer of the meeting is the only one who has the ability to create and manage breakout rooms.
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Things to think about before creating the rooms:
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* Know the number of rooms you want BEFORE you create the rooms.
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* You can only create Breakout rooms 24 hours in advance of the class because they expire after 24 hours. 
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* The chat persists after the breakout room is closed for the instructor.
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* You can assign people to a breakout room after they have been created.
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==More information on Breakout Rooms==
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[https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/use-breakout-rooms-in-teams-meetings-7de1f48a-da07-466c-a5ab-4ebace28e461 Microsoft has a simple, single-page guide].

Latest revision as of 16:05, 8 January 2022

Breakout Rooms in a Teams Meeting

The organizer of the meeting is the only one who has the ability to create and manage breakout rooms.

Things to think about before creating the rooms:

  • Know the number of rooms you want BEFORE you create the rooms.
  • You can only create Breakout rooms 24 hours in advance of the class because they expire after 24 hours.
  • The chat persists after the breakout room is closed for the instructor.
  • You can assign people to a breakout room after they have been created.

More information on Breakout Rooms

Microsoft has a simple, single-page guide.