GDocs - for real-time meeting notes and collaboration. Mostly use them during 1:1s or team meetings where one of us will share their screen with the doc in focus and we can all visually keep track of questions or notes.
Zoom - we've tried other tools but Zoom has been the most reliable
Uxpin - or any design tool. We use UXPin at work and when it comes to presenting user journeys, or drawing up a quick wireframe during a meeting it works great ot get everyone on the same page.
Whereby - Nothing to download, works perfectly everytime, great audio and video quality, lightweight browser plugin for screen sharing (with options for what to share actually), text-chat, totally free for up to 4 participants, super-simple and effective. It's incredibly well done.
Guys, allow me to share Tico 2.0 - Powercall with you. It empowers everyone to start a video meeting in 3 secs.
We just launched it 10 days ago and got the #10 of the day in the end.
I know there are some other useful services in the world, but Tico is the only one that truly realizes a service that empowers everyone to create/join a video meeting with just 2 clicks (less than 3 secs). Whatsmore, it's the only one that works in the Safari browser on your iOS devices, which means, truly no requirement for any download and any registration on any device.
Just give our PH page a check and you'll see how powerful it is!
@lluis_m_ventura I just checked your service and it looks great to me. Feel free to give me a message if you also think that it's a great idea to integrate Tico into your service. Since to me, by doing so, you will bring a more stunning experience for users on your platform.
Re:Schedule works great for remote meetings. (https://www.reschedule.app). It brings the tools you need for meetings like agendas, action items, notes, etc into your calendar. All this information is organized according to your schedule so you have what you need just when you need it. Tap on a meeting to open a meeting workspace and type away!
Hi Lluís, Comeet is cool. We use a product that our team built called, bundleIQ. But bundleIQ doesn't have this task-oriented functionality. Rather, it allows a fast and fluid way to document and share team knowledge using docs and discussions. It's perfect for remote meetings. As a user, you can create a meeting agenda, share it with your team, then start a discussion. These discussions serve as the Minutes. I like Comeet as a clear next step solution to activate the Minutes. Available on the App Store and on the web - https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bu...
Using a combination of MS Teams and MS Planner for chats, video chats and tasks attribution, Whereby and Paper by Dropbox synced to my calendar for semi-automated agenda, participants, minutes and actions, and Figma for live presentation / design / wireframe. :)
We use a combination of Slack and a lightweight tool we built ourselves called https://jamm.app to facilitate both ad-hoc spontaneous conversations, run async standups and also do live video huddles with our team. Also we use https://notion.so to capture any documentation as part of follow up to meetings.