Find the answers to all of your burning questions.

Can I assign a co-host?

Yes! A co-host can be assigned by the host. You can assign a co-host by going to space and adding the user.

Can I click and drag people around or stop people from moving?

No. InSpace is built on principles of participant autonomy and agency. InSpace session participants can move through the space freely just like in a physical space. However, session hosts can guide participant movement through sessions using our thoughtful facilitation features such as breakout rooms, custom backgrounds, and proximity audio. For example, session hosts can assign participants to a breakout room by generating room assignments. Anyone in a space can invite another participant to move over to them using the Invite Over function inside a room or to join them from a different room in our Experience Hub. 

Can I lock the break out rooms so people stay in their assigned rooms?

InSpace breakout rooms work like in-person breakout sessions in which people can move about as they see fit. Hosts can also enable locked breakout rooms during their sessions. This feature allows hosts to admit participants to specific breakout rooms, but all participants can leave rooms at any time. 

Can I record a session?

Yes! Recording is available to the Host or Co-Host on all paid accounts. Recording is not available for trials.

Can I use InSpace on mobile or tablet?

Yes you can! You can find the InSpace app in Apple’s iOS store – available for iPhone and iPad. InSpace is also available for Android on the Google Play Store. 

Can I use InSpace outside of class time?

Yes!  InSpace is great for virtual campus applications such as drop-in student services, study groups, peer-to-peer support centers, office hours, and any other type of gathering.

How can I restrict access so I don’t get ‘Zoom-bombed’?

InSpace has several levels of security to help prevent intrusions into your sessions. When you create a space on the InSpace Dashboard, you can make that space “Public” or restricted to a “Specific Audience”. If you leave a space Public, anyone with the link can join. If you choose the “Specific Audience” option, then you can limit access to the space to either specific domain names (e.g. only a certain email’s domain) or to a specific attendee list. To restrict a space to an attendee list, a host can copy and paste a list of emails into InSpace and then only folks with those email addresses will be allowed into the space. At any point in a session, an unwelcome guest exhibiting inappropriate behavior can be removed from the session and prevented from returning by clicking ‘Remove’ and checking a box to remove them for the remainder of the session. 

How many people can attend a session?

To best replicate a learning environment, attendance is limited to 50 in the traditional Single Space. The Auditorium can hold up to 300 attendees, including 6 featured speakers onstage. In the Experience Hub, up to 12 rooms may be added, each with 40 attendees. Experience Hubs may also have an optional Auditorium added to the configuration as one of the 12 rooms (placing the total space capacity at 300).

What materials can I share when in the presentation room?

You can share Google Drive, PowerPoint, Screen, PDF, Miro board, video, and YouTube along with any information in a browser tab or on your desktop.