Oh, Boogyvid…if you didn’t have over 60 different recording options that won’t ever see the light of day, you might have stood a chance. While it’s tempting to offer as many super-deluxe features as possible to customers, they really only use a small set of those features on a regular basis. Some of them will never be used by anyone unless they’re bored and need something to tinker with.
Not everyone can handle staring at a control panel resembling the cockpit of a Boeing 767, and why should they? This isn’t flight training. It’s a person-to-person meeting and, therefore, it should have the feel of an actual meeting.
To provide an enhanced collaborative experience, Zoom includes a highly-sleek interface with a minimal number of buttons that get the job done quickly. There’s little need, if any, for a tutorial, and people who like to get their feet wet can figure out the features within a couple minutes.
This leads to an uptick in productivity, one that you may not even witness in face-to-face meetings. Zoom is dynamic enough to provide you with the tools that you need to do just about anything you need done in a video meeting (e.g. recording, screen sharing, annotation, and all of the other stuff we crammed into our easy-to-use platform) while creating an environment that fosters an explosion in creativity and brainstorming.
All you see is the person you’re talking to. The few buttons on the screen move out of the way when you don’t need them. And like this, you embark on a journey to collaboration nation.
Tired of using interfaces that resemble the cockpit of a space shuttle? Sign up for Zoom today. It’s free!