How many guests fit into a room?

Wonder has "Rooms" which host "Areas" and "Circles"

  • Rooms" are the things you open than host as virtual space. They can host up to 1500 people in one room!
  • A room can have 15 "Areas" which serve as congregation spaces. There is no limit to how many people or circles can be in an area.
  • A conversation is referred to as a "Circle". Each conversation circle can host 15 people. As soon as this limit is reached any user who wants to join the circle is informed about the limit and not allowed in the circle. Just like in offline events most circles stay much smaller than 15 users since guests appreciate more intimate conversations.

 

The room adjusts to the number of guests within it. A room with roughly 30 people will be the size of a standard 13-inch laptop screen while a room with 500 people will be larger. 🎩

But no worries, your guests won't get lost. They can simply zoom out to get an overview of the room. This way they can see all the room areas and get a feeling of the general dynamic in different corners of the room. To see who is around them and to walk around, they zoom back in.

All in all, this means there is no limitation to how many guests you can invite to your room. The more, the merrier!

 

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  • If you have a 700 person event will it look really crowded with all the circles.?

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  • Thank you for your question, Rachel!

    Yes and no! :)

    Yes in terms of every guest will understand that there is actually a crowd of 700 people attending this event. We think that's one of the core features of Wonder. It is not just an abstract number somewhere at the corner of the screen but actually visible and perceivable by all your guests. Similar to the way you experience 700 people when you enter an offline event venue.

    No in terms of a messy situation that guests cannot navigate anymore. The room scales with every participant to make sure that every guest and every circle has enough space within and around it. 

    Greetings, Pascal

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