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While the idea of Zoom fatigue anecdotally rings true, the truth is that a majority of video conferencing users say they actually like the new video-connected world.

Among employed adults surveyed by Pew Research Center, over 80 percent reported they used video calling or online conferencing services sometimes, with almost 60 percent saying they used it often. 

As for those heavy users, a hefty 63 percent said despite spending all those hours on video calls, they’re generally fine with the amount of time they spend there. And in general, 65 percent of workers said video conferencing was a good substitute for in-person meetings.

Between ease of use and the embrace of the business world, it’s safe to assume the reach of video conferencing will only increase in the coming years. However, with so many platforms and methods for connecting digitally online, the process could definitely use a little streamlining.

Livestorm thinks they’ve cracked that puzzle, creating the first end-to-end video communication platform that actually lets companies create personalized video communication strategies their way.

First, Livestorm is a browser-based system, which means nobody needs to download apps or install programs to make it work. 

For small businesses or organizations just looking to simplify internal communications, Livestorm offers a reliable online environment to handle small events like sales calls, customer training and any other live video meetings easily.

Up to 12 participants can easily sync up, share screens, and even decide who can or can’t join the meeting with a click.

While Livestorm handles all these simple digital gatherings efficiently, its greater value comes when a company thinks it’s ready to step up to bigger and better video events.

Without hopping platforms, Livestorm also has the functionality to let operations host their own meetings, webinars or large-scale video events with anywhere from two to thousands of people, all comfortably in a mobile or desktop browser.

In these browser-based webinars, presenters only have to create their event, send attendees the link, and they’re off and running. Guests just follow the link to engage in a full webinar, complete with HD video, full chat functions, screen sharing and more. Users can even automate the process, including sending email reminders, forwarding important documents, or even pre-setting a video to launch at a particular time before, during or after your event.

Whether you’re meeting with your small work team or inviting hundreds, even thousands to join you, Livestorm offers a simple, quality user experience with all the tools to make your events both informative and well-attended.

For those who want to make video work for them instead of the other way around, head over to the Livestorm website and check out their various service packages to see which one best suits your specific needs.

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