Teams - What are the main differences between meetings, webinars and live events Tutorial

In this video, you will learn about the main differences between meetings, webinars, and live events in Microsoft Teams.
The video covers the advantages and specifications of each type of event, including how users are invited, the number of participants allowed, and the level of interaction with attendees.
For audio/video calls and group chats, you can have one-on-one or group meetings with full collaboration features.
Regular online meetings allow for spontaneous or planned sessions with up to 1000 participants, promoting interactive collaboration.
Webinars, similar to online meetings, enable engagement with up to 1000 participants, but require event registration, giving attendees the choice to attend or not.
Lastly, live events can accommodate up to 20,000 participants and are commonly used for live presentations with limited interactivity.
Participants in live events are often spectators, and the event can be connected to a video control room for managing the image.
Understanding these differences will help you host successful virtual meetings in Microsoft Teams and choose the most suitable event type for your needs.

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