The ultimate goal of using video is to facilitateBetter, richer communications

We’ve been around for a long time and have seen a lot of video conferencing. Clearly not everyone knows how best to navigate video so we’ve developed a few video collaboration best practice resources that you may find helpful if you are just starting out in video collaboration, or even if you’ve been using it for some time.

What you should Know and what you should Do

A little bit of preparation can make the difference between rough waters and smooth sailing through a video conference. Find out what you should do, and what you need to know before you begin your meeting to make it a great experience for everyone.


Telemerge Video Collaboration Best Practices Rules of Video Collaboration Etiquette

Video Collaboration Etiquette

The basic rules of etiquette for video collaboration are much the same as they are for any in-person meeting. But the video medium does offer some other opportunities for faux pas that you may not have considered.

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The Basics of Video Collaboration Setup

Regardless of your level of investment in video collaboration, there are considerations around the setup of area in which you will be conducting video collaboration. Is the lighting sufficient? Are there extraneous noises that the microphones may pick up? Making sure the camera can see  , and everyone can see the screen goes a long way to a productive collaboration experience.

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