More F.A.Q.

How to kick all guests out of the space when the event is over
How to remove an unwanted user
How to make someone's circle bigger
Is it possible to reduce the limit of people per room?
How to make secret rooms
Can I move participants to other rooms?
How is an admin notified if the space is full and another participant wants to enter?
How is a participant notified that he tries to enter the space that is already full?
How many pixels is the radius of audibility from avatar to avatar? When the other ceases to be heard at all?

 

  • How to kick all guests out of the space when the event is over

The answer is here: I want to lock my space

 

  • How to remove an unwanted user

If you are an admin, you can click on that user, go to admin actions, and select "Remove user." To deny him entry, you will have to set a password for the entire space. More about this: I want to lock my space

 

  • How to make someone's circle bigger

Only by zooming in.

 

  • Is it possible to reduce the limit of people per room?

Nope.

 

  • How to make secret rooms

You can find an answer here, in the "How to lock the room" section.

 

  • Can I move participants to other rooms?

No. You can turn on a megaphone or broadcast and ask everyone to go where you need to.
We simulate the experience of real conferences where people move around the conference hall and rooms themselves. Admin or host is not able to force them to move anywhere (only by invitation)

 

  • How is an admin notified if the space is full and another participant wants to enter?

He will see the following popup:

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  • How is a participant notified that he tries to enter the space that is already full?

He will see the following popup:

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  • How many pixels is the radius of audibility from avatar to avatar? When the other ceases to be heard at all?

Based on logic in code, 540px is the threshold. 
- 0-192px from center to center of avatars you will hear at 100% volume
- 193px-539px volume drops exponentially
- 540px + we disconnect the tracks, you will not hear each other

In reality, based on how loud does someone speak, the loud is their mic output, and how louder is your speakers,  you can stop hearing someone at 400px (11% volume) distance, this is very individual and needs to be tested.


For reference, this is the volume in %:
192px - 100%
200px - 88%
250px - 45%
300px - 26%
350px - 17%
400px - 11%
450px - 8%

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