TABLE OF CONTENTS



1. Overview


The social lounge is the virtual space where the attendee can be seated at any table, move across the table, and interact with those at the same tables in a mini-virtual conference.  

Here’s how you can set up and configure tables at the Social Lounge and boost virtual networking at your event. 





No of the participants supported according to Airmeet plans


Plan
No of Chair(participants)/virtual table
Free Social Webinar
Up to 8 participants
Social Webinar
Up to 16 participants
Social Webinar Pro
Up to 32 participants
Appsumo
Up to 16 participants
Conference Starter
Up to 16 participants
Conference Premium
Up to 32 participants


Note: Airmeet also supports 50 participants/table on a request basis. Kindly reach out to our Sales representative or your Account manager.


2. Setup Virtual Lounge tables


After creating your event, 5 tables are created on the lounge by default in the social lounge. 

However, as an organizer, you can increase the number of tables according to your preference from the virtual lounge by clicking on the "Configure the Social Lounge" button.

Let us see how to add more tables to your social lounge:


Step 1: Click on the configure "the Social Lounge" button.


Step 2: Enter the number of organizer tables you want for your event. 

You can choose from the recommended option or add a custom number for creating that number of tables.



A maximum of 500 tables are allowed per event.

A maximum of 15 participants + 1 organizer can join each table. (8 people can participate in case you are on a Free plan)


Step 3: After selecting the number of tables, click on SAVE.

Note: The number of tables is created in real-time, and your attendee will be able to see the additional table once added by the event organizer.



3. Configure Social table


Hover your mouse towards the table corner and click on the edit option. Enter the following information to set up your table



  • Table topic: Enter a topic that participants will find interesting to join during the event.

  • Add an image: Add an image to the table which draws people to join. 
    Supported image formats are SVG, PNG or JPEG. Maximum file size 500 KB.

  • Number of seats:  Enter the number of seats to be visible to Attendees (Though 15 participants can be seated altogether but would show 8 seats visually)
    • Select mode of the table:
      • Fixed: Only a particular number of participants would be allowed to join the table as mentioned in "Number of seats."
      • Expanding: The number of visible seats at the table will start at 8 seats and will expand automatically. As long as a seat is available, more people can join the table. One seat each is reserved for an organizer and table creator to join.


Step 4: Click "SAVE", and your table will be created for other participants to join you for networking & discussion.



4. Remove Table

To remove the extra table event organizer can go back to Configure option and enter the lesser number of tables.


Configure the Social Lounge > Enter lesser no of the table. 




5. Deleting a Table


To delete any particular table, kindly follow the below steps:

Step 1: Hover towards the table and click on 3-dots.

Step 2: Click on the delete table option.

Note: Tables on which attendees will be sitting would be deleted after the last person leaves that particular table.



6. Attendee led table

Give Control To Your Event Participants to Set-up Lounge Tables.


With this feature, the event organizers can allow event participants to set up their tables to open group conversations and roundtable discussions. This update will help your attendees start exciting content tracks at your events. 


Event organizers will be able to moderate these tables and can delete them at any time.


Read more about "Attendee Led Table" from the following articles:





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