Audio in breakout rooms
Breakout rooms in audio conferences that
use universal voice do not have their own audio, just the audio
from the main meeting room. If your organization requires that all
online conversations be recorded, consider using the compliance
and control settings to disable breakout rooms. See
Working with compliance and control settings
If an integrated
telephony provider supports Adobe Connect breakout rooms, each breakout
becomes a separate audio conference. When breakout rooms are closed,
all attendees return to the main audio conference line automatically.
using a non-integrated provider that supports audio breakouts, manually configure
your telephony breakouts (using private audio bridges) to match
the online breakout rooms.
If your provider does not support
audio breakouts, instead use VoIP with computer microphones. A separate
VoIP audio channel is created for each breakout room, allowing each
to have separate conversations. Participants are automatically assigned
the role of presenter in a breakout room, giving them full VoIP
rights. When a host ends a breakout session, everyone returns to
the main meeting room and VoIP audio channel.
VoIP is not possible, attendees can use the Chat pod to communicate
in breakout rooms.