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Full Videoconferencing For Everyone with Meetings.io

Full Videoconferencing For Everyone with Meetings.io | Moodle and Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Meetings.io is a new videoconferencing service which allows you to meet up with to 5 people in your own branded and persistent collaboration room.

 

There is no software to download or install as Meetings.io is completely web-based.

 

Meetings.io also include other key collaboration features such as:

File transfer (coming) Group notes Text chat Screen sharing (coming) Video playback within meetings Call conferencing support Meeting management and scheduling Custom domain for your persistent room Public or Private mode

 

Free to use. No registration required.

 

Key features: http://meetings.io/features ;

 

FAQ: http://meetings.io/help ;

 

More info: http://meetings.io/ ;


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Instant Free Screen-Sharing for Macs and PCs with Screenleap

Instant Free Screen-Sharing for Macs and PCs with Screenleap | Moodle and Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Thanks to Nick Peachey for uncovering this simple and effective free scree-sharing solution that works seamlessly across PCs and Macs.

 

Key features:

Two-click instant screen sharing for first time users One-click instant screen sharing for visitors who have previously granted permission to our applet No accounts required No application install to view a screen Works on any connected mobile or tablet device with a browser The basic version is Free, and always will be

 

Screenleap works by using Java and by providing you with a unique URL which you then send or share with your invitees. As soon as they go that URL they start seeing your screen.

 

"With Screenleap, there’s nothing to install, provided Java is already present on the host’s computer, and sessions can be viewed from any device with a browser, including smartphones and tablets." (Source: http://blog.screenleap.com/)

 

Visual tutorial on how it works: http://www.screenleap.com/learn ;

 

Try it out now: http://www.screenleap.com/ ;


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