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In all but the smallest meetings, it can be difficult to have open discussions and a meaningful exchange of ideas. With breakout rooms, people gather in small groups for lively conversation and brainstorming sessions.
Only meeting organizers on the desktop versions of Teams (Windows and Mac) can create and manage breakout rooms.
Notes: These features aren’t currently available in breakout rooms:
Important: You can’t create breakout rooms if there are more than 300 people in a meeting. Likewise, if you create breakout rooms before a meeting, you won’t be able to invite more than 300 people. For more info about managing large Teams meetings, see Best practices for a large Teams meeting.
Create breakout rooms
Join a breakout room
Assign people to breakout rooms manually
Leave a breakout room
Appoint breakout rooms managers
Interact with breakout room participants
Rename breakout rooms
Close breakout rooms
Set a time limit for the breakout session
Room assignments in recurring meetings
Start using the breakout rooms
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