Using InSpace's Invite Over Feature to Offer and Ask for Help

Modified on Thu, 11 Aug 2022 at 05:50 PM

Hold discrete one-on-ones, sidebars, and conferences, while staying connected to the rest of the room. 

Shutting yourself away in a separate breakout room is no longer the only way to have a quick conversation with a student or session attendee. 

InSpace's Invite Over feature allows you (or anyone else in your session) to quickly initiate a conversation while Proximity Audio and Locked Breakout Rooms provide options for ensuring confidentiality while discussing accommodations, grades, or other matters.

Visually-connected but sound-protected rooms, such as our breakout rooms and discussion rooms, create hallways in which instructors and students can have a quick chat. Simply drag your circle out of a room, then hover over another participant's circle and click 'Invite Over' to initiate the conversation.

Proximity audio allows small groups to break away from the class for a quick question or clarification without being overheard. Participants simply need to drag their circles away from the group until they can no longer see the group's live videos.

For more sensitive discussions of protected information, locked breakout rooms keep students and professors visually connected to the rest of the class.

To lock a room, hosts should click the 'Lock' icon on top of any breakout room. This will require students to knock prior to joining a room and be admitted by the host.

Try out each of these options for supporting your students' needs one-on-one, while remaining connected to your whole class!

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