Meetings facilitate high quality audio communication, both one-on-one and between larger groups.
(Based on 789 reviews)
Meetings fascilitate high quality video conferencing, both one-on-one and between larger groups.
(Based on 592 reviews)
Scheduling web meetings is streamlined, intuitive, and integrated into calendar and email software.
(Based on 504 reviews)
Meeting Initiation and Joining
Starting and joining conferences is streamlined.
(Based on 695 reviews)
Grant participants the ability to address the meeting and retract when desired.
(Based on 729 reviews)
Conferences can be recorded for future use.
(Based on 449 reviews)
Able to share your desktop screen or an application with the rest of the conference.
(Based on 748 reviews)
Follow-Up and Breakout Meetings
Can easily initiate meetings with select participants from the main conference interface.
(Based on 435 reviews)
Persenters can cue up a Powerpoint presentation or other slideshow for display in the conference.
(Based on 385 reviews)
Presenters can embed high quality images or video into the presentation.
(Based on 391 reviews)
Presenters or users can annotate a whiteboard or the presentation.
(Based on 356 reviews)
Conferences have a text chat feature, both private and public.
(Based on 924 reviews)
Presenters can poll the audience with a survey or let them respond with an electronic hand raise.
(Based on 361 reviews)
Participants can submit questions which presenters can answer privately or publicly.
(Based on 423 reviews)
Allows users to share individual files/folders with users in the conference.
(Based on 706 reviews)
Offers a mobile app or mobile optimized website to video conference from smartphones or tablets.
(Based on 474 reviews)
Performance and Reliability
Software is consistently available (uptime), with high audio/video quality and without dropping calls.
(Based on 878 reviews)
Software optimized to perform well without taking up an exorbitant amount of bandwidth.
(Based on 712 reviews)
The ability to grant users access to conferences as moderators, presenters or participants--individually or based on user role or group.
User authentication and security measures like confidential attendee lists keep conferences private and secure.
(Based on 711 reviews)
Provides features to allow scaling for large organizations.