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Essential tool for companies with multiple locations
I love that Pluot functions universally across any device. Whether you want to have an audio call, video conference, or screenshare with 1 or 10 people, it works the same across any device you just need Pluot, wifi, and google chrome. It's quick to generate a dial-in code or a link for your guests and feels professional when using it with clients or customers. I also love the ability to create specific links or "rooms" for teams i.e. marketing team, engineering team, etc. that can be open or private to specific people. This app is a communication & culture game changer for any growing/expanding company and makes audio/video calls and screensharing seamless and approachable with team members across locations.
The price point is pretty high and a tough expense for a small business, but it's well worth the investment (especially when it comes to culture) if you're expanding or have a remote team.
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The Video Conferencing Tool "for Dummies"!
Commentaires : Daily.co has been a tool that has helped me host one-on-one and group video calls without much hassle. It works both on laptop and phone — something that isn't always the case for other video conferencing tools — and its ease of use is something some of the people I've had calls with have positively commented on. Whether you've never hosted a video conference call before or have done hundreds of them and are looking for an alternative to Skype, Zoom and similar, then you should give Daily.co a try.
I came across Daily.co when I was looking for alternatives to video conferencing tools I had been using like Skype, Zoom and Google Hangouts. The thing that impressed me right from the start, which I consider one of Daily.co's main pluses, is its ease of use. Whether you're about to host your very first video call or you've been doing it for a while, you'll be able to navigate the Daily.co's intuitive interface without difficulties. In addition to the "for dummies" ease of use, another thing I like about Daily.co is the fact that it can be used to host both one-on-one calls or group calls — and the participants can join, with either their computer or phone, without the need to download nor install any software. Plus, you can even record your calls with just a couple of clicks! I've just noticed that Daily.co has added a video API, which enables you to add a video chat widget pretty much anywhere you'd like.
While it's true that every digital tool may have bugs or things that need to be tweaked/addressed, I had something happen to me a couple of times which was a bit of a bummer. Over the months of me using Daily.co, it happened twice to have recordings of video calls I had recorded just disappear. For some reason, I was unable to recover those video files, something that isn't ideal if you'd like to record your calls (and, for example, share the recording with those who attended the call or people who didn't make it on the call).
Easy video conferencing, depending on browser
This is the simplest video conferencing tool that I've used and it is very no frills, making it even better. The clarity of the video is great and the ease of screensharing is wonderful.
Depending on the browser used, we found it can be difficult to guarantee audio and video was well received on the other end. Additionally, the chat features were pretty poor, so we had to use Slack as our chat.