Stop. Collaborate and Listen.

ReadyTalk Collaborate Mode for better meetingsReadyTalk plays an important role for teams who want to collaborate during meetings. Unlike webinars with only one or two presenters, collaborative meetings require that several people share control of the meeting to present slides, jointly edit a document, share their desktops, etc.

Recognizing that it can be a hassle to promote each participant to “co-presenter,” ReadyTalk recently began rolling out a new feature, Collaborate Mode. This enables you to start any of your meetings in a “Collaborate” or “Present” mode. Present mode will mirror the experience you are used to (all attendees join as participants) and Collaborate mode will automatically promote your participants to the co-presenter role.
As a co-presenter, others in your meeting with be able to:

• See the participant list, so you know who is on the conference
• Chat amongst individual participants or in a group to foster additional communication/collaboration
• Share their desktop or applications for a more collaborative working session

Giving participants access to these features immediately saves time and gets the meeting up and running quickly. It also maintains the flow of the meeting by allowing different folks to take control and share as needed.

We understand that not everyone needs (or wants) this feature so we’ve only enabled it for a subset of accounts. But, we’d love to turn it on for you! If you would like to try out this feature, send an email to your account manager or help@readytalk.com.

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Bo Bandy

Bo Bandy

In her next life, Bo will be a race car driver. Until then, she’ll continue to enjoy the challenges, rewards and pace of developing, implementing and managing communications and marketing programs. Driven, passionate and results-oriented, Bo manages ReadyTalk’s marketing and communications team which is responsible for “all the things” including demand generation, content marketing, PR and customer advocacy. Most importantly the team drives revenue and fuels the growth of the organization. Prior to ReadyTalk, Bo managed external communications activities including media relations, marketing promotions, social media strategy and execution, special events, marketing collateral and web activities for both B2B and B2C companies including technology startups, video game giants and healthcare non-profits. Follow her on Twitter, @bo_knows_."

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