ClickMeeting gets by with a little help from its friends… or, in this case, apps. True, it functions quite well on its own as conferencing software. But it is also one of the most versatile and adaptable programs out there, compatible with all kinds of useful outside applications. Here are just a few examples of the applications available for integration with ClickMeeting.
There aren’t too many people these days who don’t use YouTube; after all, it is the most popular and convenient video sharing website on the internet. With YouTube integration, you can go with an application you can trust.
ClickMeeting’s YouTube integration lets you avoid uploading shoddy or corrupted video files to your web conference. All you need to do is download the YouTube application for ClickMeeting and then choose the video you wish to play. Then, all of your attendees will be able to view the video instantly along with you. Everyone stays on the same page and enjoys the same quality they would get if they were watching from their browser.
If you have used a PC in the past couple of decades, odds are you know how useful (and sometimes essential) it is to have Microsoft Office. It acts as your go-to word processor, presentation maker, and spreadsheet application. So how does it work in tandem with ClickMeeting?
With ClickMeeting integration, you can share documents, graphs, or presentations at the click of a button during your meetings. Either upload your files before your event or meeting starts so that you have instant access, or upload a new one just like you would with Dropbox or other cloud storage programs. Just a hint – uploading your files before your event starts can ensure that your meeting goes as smoothly as possible.
This one is for the more social media-savvy individuals among us. If you run or work for a company with many Twitter followers, integrating this application into ClickMeeting is a great idea. It’s a simple and quick (and most importantly, free) boost to your marketing.
The first step is, of course, to have a Twitter account. Then, you can publish information about your web conferences/webinars/presentations straight to your Twitter. Since Twitter users check their Twitters pretty much daily, they’ll will likely catch your #hashtags, and some will join your ClickMeeting conference.
What is Moodle? It’s actually an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment. Yeah, I know that’s a mouthful, but in short, it’s a free software e-learning program. As an e-learning program, it is an ideal application for things like employee training, education, or business development.
ClickMeeting and Moodle: Customers can get the best of both worlds – simple web conferencing and e-learning software – simply by integrating Moodle to ClickMeeting. This means that you can use the same software to manage your remote workforce as you do to train and teach them.
These four applications are not even half of the programs or platforms that you can integrate into you ClickMeeting web conferencing program. Some of the others include Facebook, Adobe, flickr, and Linkedin. Whatever you need from ClickMeeting, its application adaptability makes it an ever-changing, ever-upgrading web conferencing service. In today’s constantly changing internet world, that the kind of service you can count on.