After a year in which everything possible seemed to happen over Zoom, the video chat app's name is cemented in our lexicon—enough that "Zoom Fatigue" is the default name for feeling tired after one too many meetings.
It's a sharp change from the decades of Skype and GoToMeeting's dominance. And is it one that will stick?
What does your team default to for video calls today? Have you stuck with Zoom, or switched to something else? Or did you stay with an older video call app all along—and if so, what's kept you using it instead of Zoom?
Used to be zoom a lot, now the software depend on the person who’s hosting the meeting and I mostly get invites for google meet, slack and zoom, sometimes MS Team's. Looks like after more than an year of remote working people have found the best one for them.
On the recent side, we've been using Google Meet and Huddl.ai (https://www.huddl.ai/) internally, and Zoom externally.
A potentially non-obvious consideration is that many companies only allow their employees to use a specific video call app, but Zoom is now so universal that, even if that isn't their primary app, they're likely allowing it.
I could mention whereby (https://whereby.com/), livestorm (https://livestorm.co/) and remotion (https://www.remotion.com/).
More early and innovative projects, I am following huddle01 (http://huddle01.crypto/#/ — need Opera or Brave to access because on blockchain).
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