The Best Virtual Spaces For Collaboration

designed to facilitate collaboration and team building These virtual spaces aren’t just a place to meet, but a place where work gets done. These collaborative spaces, unlike traditional conference calls, which rely on one way communication such as screen sharing, are designed for social interaction, productivity and connections to remote teams or hybrids.

These virtual spaces are accessible to anyone who has an ordinary PC or Mac or a browser. They also have a rich set of features that can be powerful tools for collaboration. Some even allow you to create a more immersive experience using VR. Some have a complicated world-building editor while others have simple avatar systems that utilize floating emojis that convey emotions during conversations and presentations.

Google Docs lets team members access and edit documents. They can also add comments or track changes and grant access rights to different users. It can also be used for video and chat conferencing by integrating with other workplace tools such as calendars, emails, and Kanban boards.

Microsoft Teams is an integrated suite of office tools that includes chat video, voice, and conference, document storage, and integrations with other workplace software. It’s free for all Google users and offers numerous pricing options for companies of any size.

ImmersedVR is a state-of-the art VR collaboration tool that utilizes telepresence technology to connect people across the globe in shared workspaces. It lets team members write on documents, note notes on plans and even shake hands with colleagues. They can also see the virtual avatars that represent their colleagues standing beside them. This cutting-edge technology is increasingly used to train simulations and classroom-based learning. Duodecim is the Finnish medical society, for example uses the Glue platform to create healthcare-related training exercises for remote and hybrid employees.