An inevitable part of working from home, of course, is holding online meetings through various video-applications. To make this process easier for you, we are sharing with you the 5 best apps for online meetings.
Zoom is one of the applications that is being used the most lately. In addition to holding meetings, Zoom allows you to organize various training and video-webinars. Among other things, although it’s a paid app, it still offers some free options such as meetings with up to 100 participants for 40 minutes and ‘Screen sharing’ which means sharing your screen with others, a very good feature, especially for training and various presentations. Zoom has 5 account creation plans from which you can choose: Zoom Free, Zoom Pro, Zoom Business, Zoom Enterprise, and Optional-Zoom Rooms.
Skype is a platform that enables online meetings through the many features it offers. Through the free plan, you have the opportunity to hold meetings with 50 participants, send messages, share your screen with others, or even record the meeting.
3. Google Meet
Google Meet is a free communication platform that contains phone calls, videos, and messages for up to 10 users. It’s ideal for Google users as Google Meet is inserted into Gmail and other Google tools. One of the most unique features of Google Meet is that it allows users to stream their calls via live videos on YouTube.
Facebook Messenger Video Call is a platform for communication under the umbrella of Facebook and is used by more than 600 million people around the world who use it to make video calls, allowing them and participants to see each other face to face using their smartphone camera, and chat aloud instead of text using their device’s microphone.
Another popular online meeting program is GoToMeeting, a communication platform for businesses. Not only does the platform allow you to include up to 100 participants, but you can also use the GoToWebinar feature which is an online meeting platform where users can plan, present and forward a Webinar to participants. GoToWebinar features surveys, automatic Webinar and Email invitations, participant data, Webinar performance, and a video library.
Source: Zoom, Skype, Google Hangouts, JoinMe, GoToMeeting