We've answered every possible question you may have about our multi-session event feature. We've also linked out to guides that break it down step-by-step.

What is a session? 

Every Crowdcast has one session by default. A session is made up of the following:

  1. Live broadcast (session time depends on plan selected)
  2. Chat 
  3. Questions & Topics 
  4. Polls

Does Crowdcast have breakout rooms?

Yes, we call them multi-sessions.

How many multi-sessions can I have?

You can create as many sessions as necessary per event, there's no limit.

Can I have sessions going live at the same time?

Yes, you can have sessions live at the same time. There's a few things to keep in mind such as having multiple admins, calling your audience to the event, and informing your audience on the agenda that are covered below in our "How to create a multi-session event" guide.

When should I create a multi-session event?

We suggest creating a multi-session event when you have an event that last for several days, or when you have a series that you want your attendees to just register once for and have access to throughout the length of the series.

Sessions can help organize your events for a variety of use cases.

  • Hosting a virtual conference: Add a session for each speaker or discussion. Your audience will have a dedicated chat, Q&A and polls for each topic. 
  • Creating a course: With a dedicated session for each class or module, your students can use the same URL to access each lesson and discussion.
  • Got an extra long webinar: Broadcasts last 120 minutes each. Add extra sessions for more time and for better event organization and replays. For example, you can create one session for the presentation and another for Q&A.

How do I create a multi-session event?

We've outlined exactly how to create a multi-session event in our step-by-step guide.

Now that my session is over, how do I call the audience to the next upcoming session?

To make sure your audience gets into the event and lands on the right session, you'll want to follow this helpful breakdown.

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