Whats the difference between concurrent users and concurrent meetings?

The Concurrent Users Limit is the maximum people who can access any of your VyewBooks at the same time.

The Concurrent Meeting Limit is how many meetings are going on at the same time. We define a meeting as a VyewBook with 2 or more people in it.

For example, if you Concurrent User Limit is 10, and your Concurrent Meeting Limit is 1, then you could have 5 people in 1 VyewBook, and 5 people spread across 5 other books viewing or reviewing content on their own. This is because the 5 people spread across 5 books, is not defined as a meeting since, each book only has 1 person in it.

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