Mobbing Intervals

You’ve selected your first typist and you’re ready to start the first mob interval. Wait, what’s the difference between an interval and a session? Let me explain.


A mobbing session is a continuous period of time where a group of people are mobbing together (usually several hours). A mobbing interval is a short period of time (usually just a few minutes) with a single person as the typist. A mobbing session consists of a beginning, a series of mob intervals, followed by a wrap-up at the end. The vast majority of your time mobbing is spent in mobbing intervals.[22] Let’s take a look at how they’re structured in a bit more detail. ...

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