Face-to-face conversations are almost always more productive than conference calls, but in today’s work environment it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get large groups of people together in the same room. vLine has developed a web-based platform that simplifies video chats and enables teams stationed around the globe to quickly organize face-to-face calls.
vLine isn’t the first application that provides video chatting features. However, the company’s streamlined platform stands apart from competitors based purely on simplicity and ease-of-use. Copy a vLine link and send it to with whomever you’re hoping to chat with via email, IM, or through social media. Clicking on that link yourself takes you directly to your video chat room. Enable notifications to find out immediately whenever a new person joins your chat. You can continue adding more people to your video chat until everyone is on the line, and keep your vLine link open to continue touching base throughout the day.
vLine was built to be used by sales executives, educators, teams, software developers, consultants, and anyone else with a reason to host a video chat online. The application is firewall savvy, which means users can connect across companies, and there are no time limits on the length of calls. Links can be used more than once. In fact, people can even schedule future calls by adding vLine links to their meeting invites.
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