Looking for ways to stay connected in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic? Here are a few free options for video conference calls to keep your teams together while social distancing:

Skype allows you to host unlimited video calls with instant messaging and screen sharing. In response to COVID-19, Skype recently increased their limit from 25 to 50 participants on video conferencing calls. You can use Skype’s downloadable app for desktops, mobile devices, or tablets, as well as web browser access through supported browsers. Learn more at https://skype.com.

Zoom is a great way to help your team stay connected through video conferencing and screen sharing. The free version of Zoom allows you to host meetings with up to 100 participants for up to 40 minutes. You can host an unlimited number of meetings and, there is no time limit for one-on-one meetings. Zoom works in your web browser, or through the Zoom app on a mobile device or tablet. Visit https://zoom.us to learn more.

Google Duo
Google Duo has great video quality and as of March 27, 2020, can now host up to 12 participants per group call. Google Duo can be used on phones, tablets, or in your web browser. This is a helpful post if you want to learn more about how to setup a group call on Duo. Visit https://duo.google.com to learn more.

The free version of UberConference allows up to 10 participants on each video call. There is usually a 45 minute call limit for free accounts, but their CEO, Craig Walker announced they will be increasing the call limits for the next couple of months. Visit https://www.uberconference.com to learn more.

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