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    • #29663
      Kenneth Caleb TanKenneth Caleb Tan
      Participant

      Hi, I am new to Classflow.  I am unable to locate information about Classflow’s:

      • maximum number of students per session /class (or connected to a session)

       

      Essentially,there are many free edutech software that:

      • limits the number of concurrent connections (students) per session.
      • limits the number of activities/questions, etc

      What are the usage limitations of the free classflow software?

       

      Thank you

    • #29669
      Craig PrometheanCraig Promethean
      Moderator

      Hello,

      Thank you for your post.

      I believe there is a large limit on the number of students you can have in one session. This can 500 plus.

      Are you having difficulty with a number of students joining?

      We look forward to hearing from you.

      Craig

       

    • #29674
      Kenneth Caleb TanKenneth Caleb Tan
      Participant

      Hi Craig,

       

      Thank you for the response.  I was not having issues with the login numbers but just wanted to check before getting more into the software.  Many other software placed user limits on their free version of software.

      Great to hear that Classflow has higher capacity.

    • #29676
      Wendy PrometheanWendy
      Moderator

      Hi Kenneth,

      There is no official limit, but note that the performance will be limited by what your bandwidth is capable of supporting. Specifically the Teacher’s device. The more student devices that are connected and content is being shared with, the higher the demand. This increases exponentially when data-heavy content such as videos are shared.

      So while there is no limit as such, you may find that connection issues occur at a certain number of students, also depending on how much traffic there is on the access point that the Teacher is using, etc.

      Hope that helps,

      Please do not hesitate to get back to us if you have further questions, we’d be happy to help.

       

      Thank you,

       

      Kind regards,

       

      Wendy

      Promethean Technical Support

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