6 Tips to Improve Your Next Conference Call

It is true that physical, face-to-face board room meetings are in a decline with the rapid growth of telecommunication technology. With the workforce becoming increasingly remote, more people choosing to work at home, and the need for colleagues from different offices (and even from around the world) to collaborate, conference calls are turning into a common ritual.… Read more →

3 Conference Call Horror Stories

We’ve all been there: important conference calls where absolutely everything goes hilariously wrong. Everything that could go wrong does go wrong, and some things even seem to defy common sense in order to fail spectacularly! These calls can seem horrifying in the moment, but hopefully they can be looked back upon with a smile. No matter how badly your conference calls go, they probably aren’t as bad as a few of these.… Read more →

Collaborating with Screen Sharing

Screen Sharing is an incredibly useful feature for video conferencing with peers. It can be used for showing presentations, catching up on a missed meeting or lecture, or even discussing and working on a project. Maybe you’re looking for feedback on a new design or website, or just want to share your progress or findings with a co-worker. Whatever the use, customers make the most out of Screen Sharing by using it to collaborate with others. Check out some examples of how it can be used to make the most out of your time.

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Screen Sharing Saved My Meeting

In today’s business world, much of our communication and collaboration is done through the Internet. With so many online video conferencing options, more than ever it’s important to choose one that is dependable, reliable and, most importantly, easy to use for both you and your participants. While there are some with a variety of features, we cannot deny that screen sharing is one of the most helpful tool when hosting a meeting, and can be a life-saver in many situations. At FreeConference.com, our screen-sharing feature is 100% free, and no download required.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Use Transcription Instead of Taking Notes

1) Busy conference calls can be hard to follow. Record, transcribe, review, and refer to later.

Busy conference calls can be hard to follow. It can be difficult to follow the conversation and keep tabs on each individual’s thoughts and opinions. Employers may discuss the details of a project, or their expectations of a specific task. Other participants may have their own ideas for these assignments, or voice their concerns about the issue at hand, or prefer that the task is completed a certain way…

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