Here’s how you can set up and access tables at the Social Lounge and boost virtual networking at your event.
Step1. Select the Number of Tables you Need in your Social Lounge:
a) Add the number of tables you want in your event. (By Default selected tables are 12)
b) Click Update to save settings.
Note: You can't reduce the number of tables after the airmeet is created.
Step 2. Setup Virtual tables
- You probably need to start Airmeet to Edit Tables in your Social Lounge.
- Click the Start Airmeet button to start the event and enter the social lounge.
Step3. Configure the Social Lounge
Step 1: Change the Social Lounge Title & Subtitle as per your preference.
Step 2: Click Save to update your settings.
Edit Table Details in your Social Lounge:
Click on the table.
Add Title to your table. (Optional)
Add Image to your table. (Optional) Recommended dimensions - 144px*56px. Supported formats - SVG, PNG.Maximum file size 500 kB.
Select the Number of Seats you want at one table. (Minimum is 2 & Maximum is 8)
You can either have a Fixed or Expanding table type as per your requirement.
Click Save to update the settings.
NOTE: The table having 4 seats will expand automatically up to 8 seats, as a host you can join at any time.
1. How to Join or Leave a Table in the Social Lounge?
a) Select a seat to join the table.
b) Select the Leave Table option to leave the table
NOTE: There’s an exclusive hidden seat for the host. (Any table can be expanded up to seating of 8 people and the host can reside on any table at any instance taking the total capacity to 9.)
2. How to exchange Information/Details over Chat at the Virtual Table
Step 1: Click on the Chat icon.
Step 2: You can send your message.
NOTE: The table won’t be active until somebody else joins it.
3. Can I restrict attendees from interacting with each other in the Social Lounge?
No, the host can’t restrict attendees/participants from interacting with each other in the Social Lounge. If you don’t wish your attendees to network, you can disable the social lounge.
Read this article if you want to know about enabling and disabling virtual tables: How to Enable & Disable Virtual Tables?