Before we start using join.me, we have to navigate to this URL, which will open the following page: Now you are presented with two of the most important buttons on this page: ‘Get started’ and ‘Join meeting’. If you want to host…
[HOW-TO] How to use GoBrunch for hosting an event
GoBrunch is a platform for webinars and meetings, which creates a positive engagement among participants. It is very easy to use, it only takes a few minutes to create your room.
[HOW-TO] How to use Airmeet for hosting an event
Airmeet is a virtual networking and video conferencing platform that is perfect for any type of event, from informal gatherings, panel discussions to workshops.
[HOW-TO] How to use SpatialChat for hosting an event
SpatialChat is a virtual space where people can meet and talk about different topics. The experience is similar to Zoom breakout rooms, but SpatialChat might be an easier solution for online social events since it allows participants to move freely between groups or form new groups by simply dragging their avatar.
[HOW-TO]: Enabling closed caption on your Zoom account
One of the popular Zoom tools is auto-generated captions. From now on, all Zoom Meetings accounts have access to them, the free and the licensed ones.
[HOW-TO] How to use the Mentimeter app in Zoom
Mentimeter has recently become available in the Zoom Marketplace, making it easier to use during online meetings. Mentimeter is an online voting tool that enables more effective and interactive meetings. You can use this powerful combination of Zoom and Mentimeter together whilst remote working or distance teaching. Mentimeter integrated into Zoom enables live polls, live brainstorming, engaging whiteboards, or simple voting. This encourages participants to engage and interact with the session.
[HOW-TO] How to use Wonder for hosting an event
Wonder is a video communication platform that allows for larger online group gatherings that mirror on-site meetings.
[HOW-TO] How to use Mozilla Hubs for hosting an event
Hubs is a place where you can meet people in a 3D environment.
[HOW-TO] How to use Jitsi for hosting an event
Jitsi is a set of open-source projects that enables users to create secure video conferences easily.
[HOW-TO] How to use Teooh for hosting an event
Teooh is a social platform that enables creators and communities to engage in virtual live multi-way conversations.
[HOW-TO] Broadcasting yourself on social media
The number of social media users who follow livestreams has increased. With this in mind, you can broadcast yourself (and your speakers) directly on social media.
[HOW-TO] How to use Tixeo for hosting an event
Tixeo provides secure HD videoconferencing from any device.