As more and more companies opt for remote working, video calls and meeting apps are proving more popular. With its extensive features and promise of enhanced productivity, JioMeet may be exactly what you need.
Connect from any device
Developed in India, JioMeet can host video meeting calls across various devices and operating systems. It also claims ease of use, interconnectivity, and much more. Here’s what it offers.
Much like its main rival Zoom, JioMeet lets you join a video call from within a web browser by clicking a link. This means you don’t need to worry about downloading the application to participate in a meeting.
As for the interface, it’s sleek and uncluttered with a striking orange, purple, and white design. Once registered and logged in, members can create or join a Room (meeting) by either clicking on someone in the contact list or an existing link.
Scheduling and other meeting options
It’s also possible to plan a video meeting by selecting the appropriate link from the main dashboard. If you want to notify anyone of this meeting, you can do so by inputting their contact details.
Where JioMeet has got its rivals, like Google Meet and Skype, beat is in the number of people allowed in a video call, as well as the length of time of those calls. Up to 100 participants can take part in a single video call, and meetings can last uninterrupted for up to 24 hours. Each meeting also features a waiting room in case anyone’s late or wants to join in later.
JioMeet is available across multiple devices and systems, from Windows to iOS. You can host a video meeting from a PC running Windows 10 and invite others with an iPhone, Mac, or Android device, and vice versa. You can also share screens amongst devices, too.
Robust video call app
Perhaps the most significant advantage to using JioMeet is that it’s free. However, video quality rarely goes above 720p, and the option to sign up with a mobile number only applies if you’re in India.