This article explains the specific limits in Bevy Virtual and Bevy Virtual Conferences for the Stage, Backstage, Sessions, Networking, and Booths.
- When you use multiple Stages, you can run up to seven stages at once.
- Attendees for a stage are unlimited.
- While you can have up to nine presenters per stage at once, only five are visible at a time when a screen share is active.
The five presenters that are visible are the first five to join with audio and video.
- You can run as many sessions as you want at once. There is no limit.
- There are limits to how many attendees can be in a session, based on the number of presenters. The table below lists these limits for Bevy Virtual and Bevy Virtual Conference:
These limits do not apply to pre-recorded sessions.
Presenters are different than speakers. There's no limit to how many speakers you can have in a session, but only a specific number of them can be presenting with audio and video at once.
We recommend a limit of 50 attendees for interactive sessions when everyone will have their video on.
If you have an event that has 20 speakers, you can either:
- Limit the attendees to 900.
- Have the speakers present or answer questions four at a time, which means you can have 4,000 attendees.
- Group speakers into separate sessions that run at the same time.
- There is no limit to how many networking tables you can have at once.
- A networking table can have up to 50 active participants at once, and you can customize this to be lower.
- Hosts are not included in this limit. Hosts can join a networking table if there are already 50 people there.
- Attendees can still join a networking table that already has 50 attendees, but they can't participate using audio or video. They can only watch, listen, and chat.
- There is no limit to how many booths you can have at once.
- There are limits to how many attendees can be in a session, based on the number of presenters. The table below lists these limits:
These limits do not apply to pre-recorded booths.
- There can be up to 100 unanswered questions at once. When there are 100 unanswered questions, attendees can't ask new questions.
- Attendees can submit questions again when there are 85 unanswered questions. This means that hosts need to answer or dismiss questions before attendees can ask new ones.
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