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Yes! A co-host can be assigned by the host. You can assign a co-host by going to space and adding the user.
Yes! Recording is available to the Host or Co-Host on all paid accounts. Recording is not available for trials.
Yes! InSpace is great for study groups, peer-to-peer support centers, office hours, and just about any other type of meeting.
Users are free to move themselves through the space just like in a real classroom.
Breakout rooms work just like in-person breakout sessions where people can move about as they see fit.
Yes you can! You can find the InSpace app in Apple’s iOS store – available for iPhone and iPad.
InSpace has a couple levels of security to help prevent zoom bombing. When you create a space, you can choose to make that space “Public” or restricted to a “Specific Audience”. If you leave a space Public, then anyone with the link can join the space and you are susceptible to a zoom bombing. If you choose the “Specific Audience” option, then you can limit access to this space to either specific domain names (e.g. only people with a stanford.edu email address) or to an attendees 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.
In order to best replicate a learning environment, attendance is limited to 50.
You can share Google Drive, PowerPoint, Screen, Miro board, video, and YouTube along with any information in a browser tab or on your desktop.