TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Overview
  2. How to set up a 'Group Meeting' session?
  3. How to start a 'Group Meeting ' session?
  4. Group Meeting Controls & Interactions
  5. Things to keep in mind


Disclaimer: This feature is currently in the Beta phase. 
Kindly send a request to support at support@airmeet.com or visit our 24*7 Support Lounge to get it enabled for your event. 



1. Overview


Unmoderated round table conversations, large discussions within a group. Group meeting session provides flexibility for the hosts to conduct group meetings upto 300 participants

Attendees participate effectively at any given point without having to raise their hands. They can join the conversation by just unmuting themselves.



Group meeting provides a personalized experience and improve attendee engagement.

 



 


2. How to set up a 'Group Meeting' session?


Step 1: Go to the events dashboard and click on the 'Schedule tab'.

Step 2: Click on the '+Add an activity' and select 'Group Meeting'.

 


Step 3: Fill in the session details as follows:


a. Name: Enter the name of what event participants should see.


b. Session date, start time & Duration: Enter the date, time & duration of the session according to the event schedule.

c. Session Host & Co-host: Add session host and co-host(optional) for them to start & control the session.

d. Tags: Add multiple tags for participants to search and find sessions easily. 


e. Session description: 
Add more details to give better clarity to attendees.



Step 4: Click on the 'Save' button. 



3. How to start a 'Group Meeting ' session?


The session host & co-host can start the 'Group Meeting' session from the schedule tab and allow participants to join the meeting and interact with each other.

To start the 'Group Meeting ' session, kindly follow the below steps:


Step 1: Go to the event and look for the 'Group Meeting ' session under the schedule tab.

Step 2: Click on the 'Start Group Meeting'. 



Step 3: Attendees can now enter the 'Group Meeting'  and start interacting with each other.




4. Group Meeting Controls & Interactions


As a session host/co-host or participant, you have multiple controls and interaction capabilities to perform; 


let's see what all activities you can perform. 


Host/Co-host Controls



a) Turn off the camera & mute the microphone for participants: As a session host & co-host, you can turn off or mute the other participant.

b) Remove participants from the call: As a session host & co-host, you can also remove the participants from the call.

Hover towards participants > Click on 3 dots > Select the desired action.





c) End Group Meeting:  To end the meeting the session host or co-host can go back to the schedule page and click on the 'End Group Meeting'.



Participants Controls


a) Pin yourself & participants: As a participant, you can pin or unpin yourself and other participants to get a bigger view.

Note: You can only pin 1 person at a time during the session.


b) Blur Background: Blur your background and 

  

b) Chat: Send a chat message to everyone and have an async communication with other participants.


c) View People: View the list of participants on the call and send them a direct message or schedule a 1:1 meeting with them.


d) Change Layout: As a participant, you can change the layout view to 'Grid view' or 'Active Speaker view'.

Note: The view layout gets changed for yourself and not for other participants.






5. Things to keep in mind


  • Only the Session host & Co-host can only start and end the Group Meeting.
    Note: Session cannot be restarted once marked ended.

  • A maximum of 300 participants can join this group meeting per session and would be shown on a grid of 25 participants per space.
    NoteOn request, up to 49 users can be shown on the screen

  • The interaction among participants is not recorded in the Group Meeting session.

  • Group Meeting session is ONLY accessible through Desktop/Laptop and is not accessible on Airmeet mobile applications and mobile browsers. 

  • Virtual background can't be used on 'Group Meetings' at the moment.





    Need more help? Contact support@airmeet.com or visit our 24*7 Support Lounge.