I am a big believer in the power of the human brain. In fact, I am one of those who believe that our entire existence is based on the power of the brain. With this in mind, I’m proud to announce that I am now a part of the ClickMeeting team and I am excited to share my thoughts and ideas with you.
The ClickMeeting team is comprised of six members: three members of the team are already using the service, and three members are new to the team.
I have been one of the ClickMeeting team members for a few months now, and I find the service to be one of the most helpful and enjoyable tools I have ever used. The team has also found that the service has a way of making it more personal, and that makes it all the more valuable.
ClickMeeting is a tool I’ve been using for the past few months, and I like that it goes beyond sharing information and sharing links. I like how it can help us collaborate and share ideas, just as a Facebook group, or an email list does.
The service basically allows you to create a room at a conference and have people from all over the world join you for a session. You can choose to have a small group, a large group, or even a mix of both. The room is usually chosen by the person who is setting up the conference, but that doesn’t mean that the room is necessarily limited to that person. The room is where you share your presentation and questions, and that is where the answers go.
The clickmeeting service is new to us and currently only available in the Czech Republic, but we are sure enough that we’ll get a lot of use out of it and it will be a great service for conference organizers all over the world.
clickmeeting is basically a platform where attendees can share, discuss, and present their presentation on their own schedule. What makes it better than many other presentation distribution tools like Skype or Google Hangouts? The fact that it works at the conference venue. A conference is usually about 1/3 of the way through the presentation and this clickmeeting service will allow you to share and organize your presentation in an easy and convenient way.
In other words, clickmeeting uses the real time location of a conference to make it more interesting and fun. Also, in case you were wondering, there is a limit of 15 slots for each presenter.
The only thing I’m not using is my personal Facebook account, but I’ll let you know when the next video is released.
This service is not yet available for public use, but I’ve heard it’s one of the coolest conference apps out there. I would imagine it would make a good replacement for our old conference meeting app at the office.