Help your team connect and collaborate more effectively with our virtual meeting solutions, including real-time collaboration, eye-catching graphics and stage-worthy virtual presentations.
Make and share virtual presentations and meetings that engage remote employees, as well as those in the office. With more ways to engage and communicate, everyone gets an equal opportunity to interact and share their ideas, no matter where they’re based.
Drive more conversation and have more productive workshops, brainstorming sessions, and client meetings with Prezi’s collaboration features. Put GIF reactions and your comments directly on your screen during a video meeting. Keep things moving after the meeting with shared notes and comments in any team project.
Make your meetings more engaging for distributed and hybrid teams with virtual presentations that make the most of your time. You can create engaging virtual presentations and share them during your team meeting with Prezi Video. Can’t make it to the meeting? Don't worry. Record a video and share it through messaging apps like MS Teams and Slack or email.
Prezi’s GIF-sharing, live-editing, and commenting features make it easier for remote employees to share their ideas effectively in a video meeting, where gestures and body language cues are harder to convey.
Screen sharing doesn’t have to block you from view. Have more engaging virtual meetings by putting your content right next to you on the screen with Prezi – including text, images, GIFs, videos, and even your screen share. Create a more engaging experience that never loses the human connection.
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A virtual meeting is one that takes place online using tools for video, audio, and chat. Remote workers can meet in real time without having to be in the same place, making virtual meetings a significant component of hybrid and remote collaboration.
Virtual meetings are not entirely different from a traditional, in-office meeting in that everyone has gathered to have a discussion in real time. What’s different about running a virtual meeting is the technological component – you need the right tools to meet online, such as video conferencing software. Setting up your video conference and inviting people from other locations also requires a little planning ahead.
You need video conferencing software, an audio mic, a camera, and a good internet connection for a virtual meeting. Tools such as Prezi Video elevate your virtual meetings by including content, GIFs, live-editing, and advanced screen-sharing capabilities.
Video conferencing fatigue is a common feeling among people who attend a lot of virtual meetings. You need to work a little harder to read facial expressions and body language cues through video versus in person, and many can get weary being on camera all day. It’s a good idea not to overload your team with too many virtual meetings. It’s best to make the virtual meetings you already have as valuable and as productive as possible, by promoting discussion, engagement, and collaboration.
Before you start a virtual meeting, make sure the tech is working properly. Few things take more steam out of a virtual meeting than a 15-minute delay because your video conferencing isn’t working. Next, make sure your attendees’ faces are visible and greet everyone as they sign in. Since you’re meeting virtually, it’s likely your team doesn’t have that much time together. Use the time before you kick off your meeting to check in with your team.