has now been converted to a mobile-only app and renamed Jive Chime.
has since eliminated their free plan completely and transitioned to a free trial.
Popular services such as Vox OX, oo Voo, IMO and, of course, Skype and Google Hangouts all have this problem, thus putting a damper on quick collaboration.
One “solution” to this is to have accounts for them all, which is something I used to do.
The best solution, however, is to use one of the many free video conferencing websites that don’t require an account for hosting your online meeting Modern videoconferencing services are easy to use, and available to nearly anyone with a computer or smartphone.
The ability to connect and meet with people online means we're no longer limited by geographical location. All of these services have a unique link you can easily share in an email, text message or on social media.
This is why having several options to choose from is important.
There’s a problem with traditional video conferencing clients.
Though they are in abundance, they’re only remotely useful if all parties are collectively using the same client.
They do this through the popular Web RTC framework.
Rabbit allows an impressive 10 users to connect at once – more than any other service that I know of.