VideoMeet Brings Free Video Conferencing For Unlimited Time
In order to fulfill the needs of this new mode of living, products and services are reforming themselves so as to establish their utility value in the new normal. One such platform has been Made in India virtual meeting platform, VideoMeet that has been allowing hosting of meetings and webinars unveiled three pricing plans for webinar and meeting modes
VideoMeet introduces Hindi and English captioning in virtual meetings
VideoMeet, the made in India video conferencing application has yet again delivered a highly useful feature ‘close captioning’ to make the virtual meeting experience for their user base convenient. The application has begun the feature with Hindi and English captions but plans to roll out in all Indian regional languages with future app updates.
VideoMeet becomes the first Virtual meeting platform to launch Backstage
Made in India video-conferencing application, VideoMeet is introducing ’Backstage’ feature in its application. This feature integration in VideoMeet will make it the only virtual meeting application to have a Backstage platform that will allow users to wait in a safe mode before entering the meeting.
Record, Replay and Share: VideoMeet introduces Playback feature
Made in India videoconferencing application, VideoMeet introduces ‘Playback Feature’ for all its users in its free of the cost model. The Playback mode will be a revolutionary content delivery mechanism allowing users to watch the pre-recorded meetings. It enables the host to manage and schedule the entire playback...
Made in India VideoMeet empower colleges and schools for online classes and E-learning
VideoMeet, a Made in India Video conferencing application has launched features to enable schools and colleges for online classes. Recently VideoMeet has tied up with S.S Jain Subodh P.G. College, one of the most prestigious colleges of Jaipur, to offer their services to organize...
Startup Bharat : Jaipur-based VideoMeet has built an ‘aatmanirbhar’ Zoom alternative
Bootstrapped startup VideoMeet is riding on the central government’s push for local tech innovation. It has created a free Made-in-India video conferencing platform.VideoMeet’s generic name was a deliberate choice by its creators, Jaipur-based Data Ingenious Global (more on this later).
VideoMeet rolls out live streaming feature via YouTube & Facebook
VideoMeet mentioned that the integration came as a result of a growing user base and feedback. The webinars, once shared on social media platforms, help the organiser garner higher views and shares. Ajay Data, Founder and CEO, Data Ingenious Global Ltd, the parent company for VideoMeet
Video Meet appreciated in Govt. of India's Innovation Challenge for Video Conferencing
The Ministry of Electronics and IT, Government of India, has initiated a Made in India Video Conferencing Innovation Challenge, in lieu of upholding self-reliance and ‘Local for Vocal’ sentiments.VideoMeet, a video conferencing platform developed by Rajasthan-based IT firm
Our guide to India-made video-conferencing apps
Thinking of having those long-haul video-chats on a home-grown app? We lay out the ones worth a gander The whole of last week I have been sitting outside digital waiting rooms trying out Made In India video-chatting apps, alternatives to Zoom which saw 6,700% growth in free user sign ups in India
Edtech's winning streak in 2020; Indian Startups solving for Covid-19
COVID-19 has served as an inflexion point for Indian edtech startups. The industry reckons that the pandemic has been to edtech what demonetisation was to fintech in 2016. Indian startups continue to innovate to help the country fight the pandemic. Chennai-based Modulus Housing is solving the hospital bed problem and developed a plug-and-play