Multi-user can collaborate without downloads, high bandwidth requirements or bulky files
PGi has integrated the provider of multi platform note taking application for mobile devices, Evernote into its next generation, web-based video conferencing offering, iMeet.
With the iMeet integration, Evernote users can now access and share their notes, documents, websites and pictures while meeting online with anyone, anywhere and by linking user Evernote account to his iMeet profile, the user will never leave another virtual meeting struggling to remember what happened or what happens next.
With the iMeet Evernote notes, multi-user can collaborate without downloads, high bandwidth requirements or bulky files and every guest can add their brainstorms, web addresses and more right inside the Evernote notes pod and then save directly to Evernote.
iMeet user profiles include a standard option to link to an Evernote account for easy access and sharing of Evernote files and with iMeet’s new note-taking feature, everyone can contribute to a new note that can be saved, tagged, stored and shared after the meeting with Evernote.
PGi chief technology officer David Guthrie said sharing presentations, taking notes and creating follow-up lists are key parts of a productive meeting experience.
"The iMeet and Evernote integration brings these capabilities together, enabling people everywhere to have more productive, collaborative meetings online," said Guthrie.
Evernote Platform Strategy vice-president Seth Hitchings said Evernote is designed to give a better memory in all aspects of daily lives, both personal and professional.
"We spend many hours each week in meetings and on conference calls. By linking these meetings to Evernote, iMeet is enhancing our ability to capture and share thoughts and memories, and in the process improving the experience for all participants," said Hitchings.