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The last year has made video conferencing at work a routine thing, and there’s no reason to think we’re necessarily going back to the office once things get back to normal. It’s clear that a lot of jobs — particularly white-collar ones — can be done remotely just as effectively, and a lot of people are going to demand the right to stay where they are. In other words: No matter how you feel about Zoom meetings, they’re going to be a bigger part of your professional life going forward.
Or are they? Zoom is the most popular video conferencing tool but it’s far from the only one, and Livestorm is a particularly stand-out alternative that does more things than you probably assumed this kind of technology was capable of.
What are Livestorm’s advantages? For one thing, there’s no download needed — it works directly from the browser on all devices, including mobile. That cuts down on time and hassle wasted on updating software, and makes it far easier for people from all kinds of different locations to synchronize and start getting the real work done. Even better, it integrates with a lot of existing platforms you’re already using like Salesforce, Slack and HubSpot. You don’t need to make room for Livestorm; in all likelihood, it fits right in with your current workflow.
Though initially created as webinar software, Livestorm has grown into so much more than that, and many of its newer features are arguably stronger and more useful than its initial purpose. Livestorm is ideal for both internal and external meetings thanks to its elegant and simple UI that allows you to bring new people into the app just as easily as you can customize your own look. Want to make sure all your meetings with your project or business’s specific brand? No problem: You can create your own registration pages and customize emails with a platform that allows you to easily invite your teammates directly into the design process. Plus, it builds registration pages and sends reminders practically automatically.
But why go on? The easiest way for you to figure out if Livestorm is right for you is to try it for free.
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