Not Just Another Remote Meeting, Do More

join.me makes on-the-fly meetings simple, this we know. But we love uncovering real stories about join.me in action.  Here’s what we just heard from a join.me pro user about the presenter swap feature during an offsite:

“We’re at a meeting with 20+ people in the room. Instead of shuffling seats or plugging the projector into a different computer every time a different person speaks, we connected one computer to the big screen, and passed the presenter role. People are presenting and sharing content— right from their own computer.”

Another fan shared, “join.me made for a very hi-tech NFL Fantasy Draft Night with split screen sharing of full roster and master list. Very cool stuff.”

Educators love it, too. “I used it with my students to introduce our new health project. It was so simple and took half the time a typical introduction would take. Additionally, we saved a lot of paper as well  – sorry Dunder Mifflin!”

The benefit is clear. join.me is about more than meeting. It’s a tool to share your screen for whatever reason – and those reasons can be pretty surprising.

So skip the shuffling and launch a join.me session to experience simple screen sharing for your self.  It’s easy to present from wherever you are — for whatever reason— be it remote or right in the same room.

    
Alix Hagan

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Alix Hagan joined LogMeIn in 2012 and has held roles in product and in marketing. As Senior Product Marketing Manager, Alix leads all messaging, content, and campaigns for join.me, the world’s fastest-growing collaboration solution.

2 thoughts on “Not Just Another Remote Meeting, Do More

  1. I discovered join.me just the other day, and I must say I absolutely love it! My only issue is that the only audio option offered is a phone teleconference option, no VoIP so that you just work with your computer, microphone/speakers, and your internet connection. I have so many ideas of how I can use this awesome tool, but none of my needs can be fully met without this feature. 🙁

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