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Zoom Breakout Rooms


Breakout rooms work well for small group work or to get a discussion going in smaller groups between students.

To learn more about enabling breakout rooms, click Enabling breakout rooms to read the article.

To learn more about managing breakout rooms, click Managing breakout rooms to read the article.

For more information about pre-assigning participants into breakout rooms, click Pre-assigning participants into breakout rooms to read the article.

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Updated on May 25, 2022

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  1. where did you find your breakout room maximums? On zoom.us it says max 20 breakouts and 200 for ALL the breakout rooms, but it says up to 500 for 20 rooms above. HELP!!!

    1. hi Claire, the Zoom breakout room info came directly from Zoom’s helpful webpages. You can contact them directly-https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us?_ga=2.157991994.1007495426.1605714314-774775479.1604436941

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