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Using Breakout Rooms? They are private, A Participant Device can be in only one Breakout Room at a time, and more.

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Only a Desktop Device with the Role of (Host) can meaningfully orchestrate Breakout Rooms. Call it Pewter, together with a Participant Device yourTablet and Breakout Room Room1. Participants arrive in theLobby
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Only a Desktop Device with the Role of (Host) can meaningfully orchestrate Breakout Rooms. Call it Pewter, together with a Participant Device yourTablet and Breakout Room Room1. Participants arrive in theLobby.
 
  • To build on the room metaphor, Pewter issues a key to yourTablet. The key allows yourTablet to move into Room1 and no other Room. Pewter can move among Rooms, revoke the yourTablet key and issue a different key to yourTablet, allowing yourTablet to another Room. From Room1, yourTablet can only return to theLobby, or leave the Meeting.
  • Only Pewter can create Breakout Rooms, such as Room1
  • yourTablet enters theLobby
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  • Only Pewter can assign yourTablet to Room1
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  • Only Pewter can assign yourTablet to a Room, say Room1
 
  • yourTablet must choose to leave theLobby to enter Room1
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  • Once in Room1, yourTablet can only interact with other denizens of Room1, or return to theLobby
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  • Once in Room1, yourTablet can only interact with other denizens of Room1, or Leave Room1 returning to theLobby
 
  • Pewter can leave theLobby and enter any Breakout Room, such as Room1
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  • To hear what is happening in the Main Room, the Person at Pewter may find it useful to have another Device back in the Main Room. The Breakout Rooms list visible to Pewter can be used to assign newcomers (Participant Devices) to an appropriate Breakout Room.
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  • To hear what is happening in theLobby, the Person at Pewter may find it useful to have another Device back in theLobby. The Breakout Rooms list visible to Pewter can be used to assign newcomers (Participant Devices) to an appropriate Breakout Room.
  • Co-Hosts can join ZOOM Breakout rooms on their own. Here's how:
    1. An Asistant arrives in the lobby in the form of a suitable Participant Device, theAssisitant
    2. Pewter makes theAssistant (Co-Host)
    3. Pewter assigns theAssistant to Room1
    4. theAssistant joins Room1
    5. From within Room1=, =theAssistant clicks on the Breakout Room icon and sees a pop-up window with all Breakout rooms listed, including the option to join a different one.
    6. Upon return to theLobby, theAssistant must go into Room1 as originally assigned by Pewter to access any other Breakout Room.
 

Passing (Host) around? Be Careful!

  • The Device having the Role of (Host) can transfer that role to another Device. This can be extraordinarily useful for:
 
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