Designed for easy collaboration and team building These virtual spaces aren’t just meeting rooms but interactive environments where work is completed. These collaborative workspaces, as opposed to traditional conference calls that depend on one way of communication like screen sharing, are specifically designed for community, productivity and connections with remote teams or hybrids.
These virtual spaces are available to anyone who has a standard PC or Mac, or a browser. These virtual spaces are full of features, making them effective tools to collaborate. Some let you create more immersive experiences using VR. Some even have a complex editor for world building and others offer simple avatars ideals with floating emojis, which can communicate emotions in presentations and conversations.
Google Docs lets team members access and edit documents. They can also add comments on changes, track them, and grant access rights for different individuals. It can be used for video conference and chat, and integrates with other tools such as email, calendars, and kanban board.
Microsoft Teams is a full suite of workplace applications that include chat, voice and video conferencing, file storage and integration with other tools for work. It’s free to all Google users and comes with numerous pricing options for businesses of all sizes.
ImmersedVR, a cutting-edge VR collaboration tool, uses Telepresence to connect users from all over the world in shared workspaces. It allows team members to write on documents and add notes to their plans and even shake hands with their colleagues, as well as be able to see virtual avatars of colleagues sitting next to them. This cutting-edge technology is increasingly being used for classroom-based training and simulations. Duodecim is the Finnish medical society, for example uses Glue to develop healthcare training exercises for remote and hybrid employees.