Built for ease of collaboration and team building These virtual spaces aren’t just meeting tools but interactive environments where work gets done. Contrary to traditional conference calls which rely on one-way communication like screen sharing, these collaborative workspaces are built for community, productivity and connection to hybrid or remote teams.
Virtual spaces are available to anyone who has a standard PC or Mac or a web browser. These virtual spaces are also packed with features, making them incredibly powerful tools for collaboration. Some of them let you create a symbiosis experience using VR. Some of them offer a sophisticated world-building editor while others have simple avatar systems which use floating emojis that convey emotions during conversations and presentations.
Google Docs lets team members view and edit documents. They can also leave comments or track changes and grant access rights for different individuals. It can also be used for video and chat conferencing with integrations with other tools used in the workplace, including calendars, email, and Kanban boards.
Microsoft Teams is a full suite of workplace software that includes video, voice and chat conferencing, file storage, and integration with other workplace tools. It’s available for free to all Google users and has numerous pricing options for businesses of any size.
ImmersedVR, a cutting-edge VR collaboration tool, makes use telepresence to connect people from all over the world to share workspaces. It lets team members write on documents and add notes to their plans, and even shake hands with their colleagues, and be able to see virtual avatars of colleagues standing alongside them. This latest technology is more and more used in training simulations and classroom-based learning. Duodecim is the Finnish medical society, for example uses Glue to develop healthcare training exercises for hybrid and remote employees.