Tools for Business Owners Who Work With Virtual Assistants: Screen Sharing
Technology allows virtual assistants to successfully collaborate remotely with business owners located worldwide using many resources that have been mentioned in our Tools for Business Owners Who Work With Virtual Assistants series. Screen sharing is another great method to easily communicate with your VA. Screen sharing allows you to share your desktop in real-time with others. This is ideal for an online meeting, training, demo or web conferencing.
Below is a list of popular tools used for screen sharing.
Skype allows you to share your screen with anyone on Skype for free. There is also group screen sharing but it is currently only available to Skype for Mac.
Join.me is a simple screen sharing tool perfect for impromptu meetings. This free tool gives you the ability to share your screen with up to 250 views. You may also share control, chat and send files. For additional features you can upgrade to Join.me Pro for $19 per month.
Vyew (pronounced “view”) is a free and easy online collaboration and web conferencing service with unlimited use with up to 10 people. It is an ad supported service. Vyew allows you to meet and share content in real-time or anytime. You can also upload images, files, documents and videos into a room. Users can access and contribute at anytime. It is compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux users.
CrossLoop is a free easy-to-use software application for desktop sharing with unlimited sessions. It is also available in 21 languages. CrossLoop is simple, safe and quick.
QuickScreenShare is the simple and free way to share screens with anybody with no registration required. There is absolutely nothing to install. It is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux. It allows you remotely control the mouse and keyboard.
FreeScreenSharing is a free online meeting service designed for screen sharing, web conferencing, product demonstrations, webinars and more. FreeScreenSharing features free unlimited meetings with up to 96 participants, audio conferencing and your own lobby.
Are you using screen sharing tools? What has been your experience? Please leave your comments below.