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What Does "Meeting Requests Remaining" Mean?

As a participant, you have the option to send unlimited meeting requests or limited ones depending on your ticket type.

This function relates to meetings that you can request at the event. Other participants can send you multiple meeting requests according to your networking availability. In other words,

  • If you have a ticket with a limited number of meeting requests to send, you will see the remaining meeting requests on the header side of the Brella app. Reference image below.
  • If you have a ticket that has an unlimited number of meeting requests to send, you will see no such indicator.
  • For instance, if you send 5/5 meetings and you receive 2 meetings requests from other participants, and you accept, then you’ll have 7 meetings.

The list of meeting requests you send will be enlisted when clicking on "Meeting Requests Remaining," while all of your meetings can be found on the Schedule tab regardless of their status. 

Opening up the "Meeting Requests" modal will show your ticket type and an explainer of what happens when you change the status of a meeting you suggested.

Participants can cancel pending requests, cancel and reschedule accepted meetings or accept reschedule requests from meeting partners. See your options per meeting status in the image below.

🔑 Note: If a meeting is canceled (either while it is pending or after it has been accepted), that request will be returned to the initiating user's meeting quota. So, if you have a 5 meetings limit and already had 3 meetings accepted, you have two free meetings to send. If one meeting gets canceled, your quota goes back to 3/5.


Last updated in March 2022. 

Written by Stephanie Campano Valenzuela. 


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