When scheduling a meeting, it's important to understand the differences between the types of meetings KUDO offers. KUDO supports the following meeting formats: Ad-hoc meetings, Large meetings, and Events.
Below is a system capacity calculator that will help you choose the right meeting type based on the number of participants.
Please note that once you have set one of these meetings, you cannot modify them later to a different type.
Used for meetings with less than 300 users, where the spoken languages cannot be more than 10. By default, any participant in a meeting can share their video, screen, and audio. If you want to limit who can share their screen, video, and audio then we suggest setting the Speaking mode to Request upon creating the meeting.
Using this feature, you will be able to set a limited number of active participants that can simultaneously be on the Floor, actively participating in the meeting.
The access to the Floor is managed by the meeting Operator or the VIP Participant, which will need to manually allow each new speaker on the Floor, taking into consideration the preset number of active participants.
Used for meetings with more than 300 users, where the spoken languages are more than 10. This meeting type is designed to reach a larger audience, as it allows you to broadcast your meeting through Facebook, Youtube, or IBM.
This meeting type is used for multiple sessions that will be held under a single name. It is based on our Ad-hoc meeting type, so the limitation applied there are valid for this one.
Using this type you will be able to create a session in the following format:
- Meeting Name: Creative Meeting name
- Session 1: ABC Room
- Session 2: Deciding upon the meeting name
- Session 3: Choosing the final meeting name
So basically you choose this meeting type if you set up an event that will extend through multiple days, discussing the same subject. You can also have multiple sessions on the same day.
To create a meeting on this mode, you will need to do it from the left side of the page seen when creating a meeting: