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Room types

Stage room

Stage room is designed for hosting larger groups in a single place.

The room is ideal for presentations, lectures, webinars, and other events that require a speaker to address a large audience:

  • With the ability to accommodate up to 10,000 people simultaneously (depending on your SpatialChat plan).
  • The stage can host up to 12 speakers, offering an engaging and interactive experience for both the audience and presenters.
  • Its interactive functions, such as emoji reactions and real-time chat, offer a unique way to engage audiences.
The feature to add GIFs and images is available in all SpatialChat plans.
*but there are limitations

How Stage Room works in SpatialChat

The Stage room in SpatialChat can be adapted for various use cases, whether it’s for online events, educational classes, or virtual offices.

The room is flexible enough to accommodate a range of scenarios, from webinars to town halls.


Let's examine how these functions are applied in particular scenarios.

Online events

  • The Stage room shines when it comes to online events like conferences, summits, or virtual fairs. Organizers can utilize this space to deliver keynote speeches, live demos, or presentations, all while keeping the audience engaged through emoji reactions and chat.

The platform allows for customization to align with the event’s branding and thematic elements (Room backgrounds, YouTube video embed, etc.)

Imagine hosting a virtual seminar on "The Future of Renewable Energy." During this event, keynote speakers could present their research findings and solutions on the Stage. Audience members can interact by sending emoji reactions or asking questions in real-time through the chat function, offering a truly engaging and dynamic experience.

Online education

For educational settings, the Stage room offers invaluable advantages, especially for large-scale classes or graduate meetings.

For example, a professor could use the Stage room to conduct a online lecture on "Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare." Students can take turns coming to the virtual stage to share their research projects or ideas, all while their peers participate by reacting with emojis or asking questions through the chat feature.

Remote work

The engagement functions, like emoji reactions and chat, help to replicate the interactive nature of physical office meetings.

During a virtual town hall, for example, a CEO could use the Stage room to present quarterly financial updates and future plans. Employees can react with emojis or pose questions in real-time, making the town hall session interactive and inclusive. Team leaders or mentors could also utilize the space for orientations or welcome messages to new team members, creating a unified and engaging virtual office experience.

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