🦉Overview

Striking up a conversation by walking up to someone is magical! Remember when we used to do that IRL?

But sometimes you need privacy - a business meeting, a 1-on-1, or any situation where randos walking in would derail the conversation. Private meetings can give you what you need.

Note: 💡 When in a private meeting you will have a blue circle beneath your feet and others cannot walk up and immediately join. They must knock to join.

🐱‍🏍Walkthrough

There are four different ways to start a private meeting. All are available to you and you can use any of them at any time.

#1. Click on an avatar and invite them to a private meeting

  • Click on an avatar to open the avatar menu.

  • Select 'Invite To Meeting'

#2. Convert a current video conference into a private meeting

Already in a meeting that you want to make private?

  • Click the Lock icon in the bottom meeting menu

  • Select 'Convert To a Private Meeting'

#3 Invite many people to a private meeting

Send out private meeting invites to select individuals by Creating a New Private Meeting.

  • Click the group meeting icon in the bottom left menu

  • Select 'Create a New Private Meeting'

  • Select all those who you'd like to join the meeting

🐱‍👤 Why use a private meeting?

Sometimes you need privacy for conversations and we've seen all kinds of ways people leverage these:

  • Speed networking or mentoring

  • Confidential meetings: 1-on-1s, client meetings etc.

  • Party planning committees

  • Lunch breaks!

If you have thoughts on how we can improve private meetings, let us know on our public feature request board here.

If this didn't solve your problem, reach out to us by clicking the smile icon in the right corner of this page! Or submit a feature request here!

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