Learn about the different room types displayed in the AskCody Workplace Insights
When you have Insights enabled, each of your rooms will be given a room type. Choosing the right room type for your rooms is essential to gaining the most value out of your Insights.
This guide can help you to choose the right room types, based on the intended use of your rooms.
All of your rooms will be given the default room type. To ensure that you get useful data for your statistics, avoid keeping the default type and instead choose one of the types described below.
A room for larger singular events or board meetings involving a large number of attendees. These rooms typically have one seating arrangement for up to twenty people (or more) but do not necessarily contain video or audio equipment.
A large room used primarily for scheduled classes or keynote speeches with a seating capacity of 50 or more. These rooms typically have a multi-media audio-visual system, with seats oriented towards the front of the room.
A room only meant for meeting among c-level attendees, such as chief executive officer, chief operations officer, and chief financial officer.
A room for teaching groups of people or giving presentations. These rooms have multiple seating arrangements oriented towards the front of the room where the lecturer is positioned to be.
Group study room
A room for group work and collaboration among teammates. These rooms typically have one seating arrangement for up to six people but do not necessarily contain video or audio equipment.
A larger room which has space for facilitating collaboration or idea sharing in larger groups. Workshop rooms usually contain a variety of tools to facilitate communication, brainstorming, arranging focus group workshops, roleplaying, and expressing ideas. The tools can be anything from flip boards, sticky notes, and markers to building blocks.
Video conference room
A room with video conference capabilities and designed for video calls. These rooms typically have a multi-media audio-visual system, with seats oriented around a table to seat ten or less attendees.
A room for smaller groups that does not need to be booked in advance but is instead used dynamically. These meeting rooms typically accommodate up to five people and typically feature a set of multi-media audio-visual system and/or a white board.
A room which is secluded and allows for an employee to concentrate in a quiet environment. This is typically set up to accommodate one person at a time and has high quality sound and light isolation.
An area that represents a parking space.
If a room does not fit any of the types above, or if you prefer to categorize your meeting rooms on a macro level to see the difference between internal and external room usage respectively, you can choose between the following types of the room.
Internal meeting room
A room for internal meetings with attendees who are a part of the organization and work at the location of the organization.
External meeting room
A room for meetings which can include both internal and external attendees.