Video messaging brings another twist to asynchronous communications and could help businesses connect their employees more effectively, as hybrid collaboration strategies continue after the pandemic.
Video meetings proved crucial to connect remote collaborators during the covid-19 pandemic, reproducing face-to-face conversations even when offices were closed. But these real-time communications also have drawbacks: sequencing of meetings, fatigue, shifting according to time zones. That’s why a growing number of collaboration software vendors are introducing asynchronous video messaging …
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