8 apps for online meetings during a quarantine

To reduce the spread of coronavirus, many companies are turning to working remotely. We’re here to help. We’ve gathered a few of the resources we’ve created within our business to help you transition your team.

Here are 8 digital tools that can help you make this process an easier one.

1) FaceTime: The group FaceTime option allows you to chat with up to 32 people at once, as long as they all have Apple devices. 

2) Zoom: Offers video and audio conferencing, along with chat and webinar capabilities for mobile devices, desktops, and conference room systems. 

3) Skype: Offers a messaging function that allows you to record, save and share video calls, and add subtitles. 

4) WhatsApp: The application has a video call system that offers end-to-end encryption. 

5) Google Hangouts: It is a special tool for video conferencing integrated in the G Suite platform that allows people to participate in meetings through a web link 

6) Google Duo: It is a mobile video chat application that allows you to send video messages or make voice calls. 

7) Gruveo: The user does not need to register or have an account. It can be used both from the computer or from your mobile phone without the need for an app. 

8) Microsoft Teams: Conversations, files, meetings and other collaboration tools are combined together in a shared workspace that you can use on your computer or mobile device. 

 Which app do you use to host your meetings? Share it with us! 

Bold is a fully remote digital marketing company, and we are here to help.

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