- 29 Jun 2022
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Understanding Meeting and Seating Spaces
- Updated on 29 Jun 2022
- 2 Minutes to read
Your Nexudus Workplaces baseline subscription is charged based on two components: your meeting spaces and your seating spaces.
Meeting spaces include all resources that are connected to a single floor plan item.
For example, a meeting room or a private office resource that's linked to a single meeting room or office on your floor plan.
Meeting spaces can be meeting rooms, but they can also be any other type of floor plan item that you've connected to a single resource.
For example, a phone booth connected to one 'Other' floor plan item counts as one meeting space. Similarly, an office that can accommodate up to 3 users connected to a single 'Office' floor plan item counts as one meeting space.
Seating spaces include all resources connected to more than one floor plan item.
For example, a Rolling Desk resource that's linked to 10 desk items on your floor plan.
Seating spaces will usually be desks and offices, but they can be any other type of floor plan item cnnected to a single resource.
For example, 6 'Other' floor plan items connected to a single Phone Booth resource count as 6 seating spaces. Similarly, 10 'Office' floor plan items connected to a single Office resource count as 10 seating spaces.
An Office resource with a capacity of 10 linked to 1 floor plan item counts as 1 meeting space. The same Office resource linked to 5 identical floor plan items counts as 5 seating spaces.
Let's say your space has:
- 3 private offices
- 20 hot-desks
- 1 meeting room
- 5 phone booths
Your meeting room will always count as 1 meeting space, since you'll create one resource and then connect it to the corresponding item on your floor plan.
You can set up your private offices one of two ways:
1 resource connected to 3 matching office units on your floor plan
You're charged 3 seating spaces for this setup.
3 resources connected to 1 matching office unit each on your floor plan
You're charged 3 meeting spaces for this setup.
You can set up your hot-desks and phone booths in the same way as your offices, but we strongly recommend using a single resource connected to multiple floor plan items to simplify your resource management.