Set Up Breakout Sessions When You Schedule a Cisco Webex Training Session
You can set breakout session assignments when you schedule a training session. Breakout sessions can be used when you want to divide the attendees of your session into smaller groups to collaborate and communicate.
Set up Breakout Sessions
If your user account privileges allow you to host breakout sessions, you can set breakout session assignments within the Cisco Webex Training scheduler. You can preassign attendees to breakout sessions here, or make these settings later from within a training session.
Preassign Breakout Session Participants
When scheduling a training session, you can enable preassignment of attendees to breakout sessions prior to your training session.
From the Breakout Session Assignments Settings section of the scheduler, you can do the following:
Enable the option to assign attendees to breakout sessions prior to your training session
Choose to have Webex Training make the breakout session assignments for you
Set the number of breakout sessions for your training session
Set the number of attendees per breakout session
Choose to manually assign attendees to breakout sessions as you manage your registrations
You must enable registration to manually assign attendees to breakout sessions before your training session.
The number of breakout sessions must be between 1 and 100.
The number of attendees allowed in a breakout session must be between 1 and 100.
|1||On the Schedule Training Session or Edit Scheduled Training Session page, scroll to Breakout Session Assignments Settings. |
|2||Select Enable Pre-Session Assignment. |
|3||Do one of the following: |
Select Automatically assign attendees during the session and select the option to set either the number of breakout sessions or the number of attendees per breakout session.
Select Manually assign registered attendees to breakout sessions. Once you have finished scheduling your training session, you are able to manually assign attendees as you manage registrations. See Assign Registered Attendees to Breakout Sessions for more information.
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