Video conferencing app VideoMeet unveils a series of new features Admins / Hosts to manage participants better along with easing out the remote working for its users.
The application has been constantly introducing updates based on the feedback from its participants and as per the changing industry standards.
As of now the offices are slowly getting reopened, while there are still a few staff working from home, the need to upgrade the conferencing features seems inevitable.
VideoMeet’s team took the onus to make this experience convenient for host and thereby introduced a series of host-centric features.
Also an additional feature that allows host to overcome the interruptions in network is he/she will remain host if network gets disrupted.
VideoMeet recently added, ‘Manage Room’ section, an interesting feature of downloading chat file and recording of the entire meeting.
The application allows hosting of meetings for thousands of attendees at once with simple link sharing. List of participants can be downloaded in Excel format to maintain a database for future references.
The meetings can also be scheduled, via three modes available that are Conference, Webinar and Sensitive Meeting mode. It also comes with the ease of switching between Low Definition, Standard Definition and High Definition modes as per the data speed available for each user. Capture email address or mandatory registrations are options available to host.
All these arrays of features have been thoughtfully developed and integrated in the application to make the application more accessible and a go-to option for virtual meetings.
“VideoMeet since the months of lockdown has seen increased usage in the sectors of health, education and corporates. Our efforts when got recognition from MeitY, it acted as an innate motivation to strive for better. This spark has made us come so far and develop updates with the changing preferences of users to deliver them a seamless video conferencing experience,” said Dr Ajay Data, Founder, VideoMeet,
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