57 Differences Between a Live Event and a Meeting

There are many differences between a Meeting and a Live Event in Microsoft Teams.

Some of the differences between the Live Event and Meetings features on Microsoft Teams include:

  • A Live Event can be joined by up to 20,000 people, far greater then the hundreds allowed in an interactive teams meeting.
  • The chat and the attendees mic is disabled in the Live Event.
  • A Live Event has more roles than a meeting. A meeting has a limited number of roles which include Organizer, Presenter and Attendee. Conversely, a Live Event has the following roles::
    •  Organizers– Responsible for the scheduling of the event and assign the permission requirements are made. (public v.s. private)
    •  Producers– Act as hosts of the live event, can control what the attendee sees displayed.
    •  Presenters– Responsible for presenting the audio or video, as well as moderating the question and answer section.
    •  Attendees– The viewers, do not have any responsibilities other then watching.
  • Some situations where a Live Event can be used include webinars, town halls, and a product launch.
  • Some situations where a Meeting can be used include company meeting, school class, and a meeting with a potential customer.

In conclusion, both tools are very valuable but serve their own distinct roles. We hope this helps you determine which tool will be of best use for you.

 

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Teaching with MSTeams by Dave Cormier; Anas Al-Chalabi; Bailey Csabai; Chris Nardone; Devin Wacheski; Elijah Annoh-Waithe; Jykee Pavo; Laura Small; Lawrence Villacorte; Lorenzo Pernasilici; Marianne Kantati; Mikayla Bornais; Mitchel Macmillan; Mohamed Eldabagh; Nafeesa Sohail; Norman Ha; Tariq Al-Rfouh; and Kristen Swiatoschik is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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