These virtual spaces aren’t just tools for meeting they are interactive spaces that let you work. In contrast to traditional conference calls that depend on one-way communication, such as screen sharing, these collaborative workspaces are designed to facilitate the community, productivity, and connection with remote or hybrid teams.
These virtual spaces are simple to use and accessible to everyone with a standard PC, Mac or browser. They also come with a comprehensive set of features that can be powerful tools for collaboration. Some of them allow you to create a symbiosis experience using VR. Some have a more complex world-building editor and others offer simple avatar systems with floating emojis that communicate sentiments during conversations and presentations.
Google Docs allows team members to edit and view documents, with options for commenting or tracking changes, as well as granting different access rights. It can also be used for video and chat conferencing with integrations with other workplace tools such as calendars, email and kanban boards.
Microsoft Teams is an integrated suite of office tools that include chat, voice, and video conferencing as well as document storage and integrations with other workplace software. It is free to all Google users and has many pricing options for businesses of any size.
ImmersedVR is a cutting-edge VR collaboration tool, uses the power of telepresence to connect people all over the world to share workspaces. It lets team members write on documents, make notes on plans and even shake hands with their co-workers. They can also view the virtual avatars of colleagues who are sitting next to them. This latest technology is more and more used in training simulations and classroom-based learning. Duodecim is an Finnish medical society that uses Glue for healthcare training exercises.