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Thank you for your feedback! The team is currently working on extending the management of Breakout Rooms to specific presenters. We will share an update as soon as one is available.
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An error occurred while saving the commentJulie Grant commented
Automatically make those who have presenter capabilities in the main meeting be presenters in the breakout rooms. Teachers often have personnel that attend their meetings (instructional aides, paraeducators, speech therapists, occupational therapists) and they may need to have presenter capabilities. The meetings have been set up ahead of time for the other staff to be presenters in the main meeting, but that isn't carrying over to breakout rooms. In our short class periods (30 mins max) it's taking too much time to present information, break into groups, then adjust settings, and actually work with students. As an OT I've found it easier to leave the meeting and then use "meet now" and call the student in that I want to work with, but the main instructor then can't pop in on us like they could in a breakout room (or have access to chat).
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