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Watch as author Karen Hyder demonstrates how to use WebEx Training Center to hold effective online meetings with audio, video, and screen sharing capabilities. This course covers how to set up, host, and manage sessions using built-in collaboration tools; how to engage presenters with chat and polling; how to share presentation duties with other participants; and how to use the WebEx recording features to make content available to others at a later date.
Note: Those using Meeting Center will also be able to use this course.
One of the major advantages of using WebEx Training Center in contrast to WebEx Meeting Center is the ability for you to send your participants to subgroups or breakout groups. If you scroll down on your form to the Breakout Session Assignments Settings, you see that there is the option here to Enable Pre-Session Assignment. That means you can organize individual registrants into subgroups prior to the start of the session.
That will save you time and reduce the administrative work that you'll need to do in the session itself. If you do choose to Enable Pre- Session Assignment, participants must register for the session. That way, you can be sure of who is joining, what their name is, and so forth. We'll talk more about this in the movie on breakout sessions. If it's not important that you group participants into subgroups prior to the training, or if registration is not enabled, you can always manually assign participants to breakout sessions once you get into the session room.
We'll talk about breakout sessions in another movie.
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