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How to Avoid the Breakout Tool Abuse in Webinars



Key Ideas:
1. The purpose of a Breakout Room is to have an intimate conversation with a few people about a topic that they could not otherwise discuss in a bigger group.
2. Another is purpose is the time element. In a Breakout Room, you can narrow down conversations by reducing the number of people talking in the session.
3. The most important part is to focus on the intention so the objectives don’t swirl all over the place.

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