Built for ease of collaboration and team building These virtual spaces aren’t just meeting rooms but interactive environments in which work can be completed. These collaborative spaces, unlike traditional conference calls that rely on one way communication such as screen sharing, are designed for collaboration, productivity and connection with remote teams or hybrids.
These virtual spaces are easy to use and accessible to anyone with an ordinary PC, Mac or browser. They also have a rich collection of features that make them powerful collaboration tools. Some allow you to create an immersive experience with VR. Some have a complicated editor for world-building, while others provide simple avatar systems that utilize floating emojis that convey emotions during conversations and presentations.
Google Docs allows team members to view and edit documents, and allows for commenting, tracking changes and granting different access rights. It can be used for video conferencing and chat, and also integrates with other tools such as calendars, email and kanban boards.
Microsoft Teams is a full suite of workplace applications that include video, chat and voice conferencing, file storage, and integration with other workplace tools. It is free to all Google users and has an array of pricing options for companies of any size.
ImmersedVR is a cutting-edge VR collaboration tool, makes use of Telepresence to connect users from around the world in shared workspaces. It allows team members write on documents, note notes on plans, and even shake their hands with their co-workers. They can also see the virtual avatars of those colleagues who are standing next to them. This state-of-the-art technology is being increasingly used for training simulations and classroom-based learning. Duodecim is a Finnish medical society that utilizes Glue to conduct healthcare-related training exercises.