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==Breakout Rooms in a Teams Meeting==
 
==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.
 
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.