UberConference product overview
UberConference is a cloud-based conferencing system designed for businesses of all sizes to help combine messaging, audio, and video. The platform enables users to join meetings instantly without the use of a PIN, as well as allowing users to share their screen. The software comes with both Android and iOS apps that allow users to launch meetings from any device.
UberConference’s services include custom hold music, call controls, document sharing, integrated social profiles, local dial-in numbers, call recording, international calling, analytics, dial out, toll free calls and web conferencing. Utilizing the Chrome extension, users can schedule and start calls immediately.
Pros of UberConference
• Call quality
• Customer service
• Easily see who is in meetings
• Meeting initiation and joining
• Set music and intro to calls
Cons of UberConference
• Lack of features and functionality
• Reported lag
• Rich media
Breakdown of core features
UberConference comes in a free version with limited function. The business plan comes with a minimal price to gain access to all the features that make the platform a scalable solution for business requirements. UberConference is adaptable for both small and large business, and the call integration offered with Google further enhances portable communication. Although the platform does not have its own cloud storage, it can easily be integrated with Dropbox and similar cloud storage platforms.
Sharing and integrations
System users get access to unlimited calling, screen sharing, international calling, HD audio, and other useful business tools. Users can both share and annotate documents with solutions like Google Drive, DropBox, and EverNote. With the integration of Google Hangouts and Google Drive, users can also annotate documents on the go.
With UberConference and the integration of social media, users can view the profiles of potential hires and evaluate their professional certification. Users can lock the conference to prevent other people from joining, and the leadership tools allow users to mute and even eject participants from conferences. Conferences call also be recorded and archived for later review.
(Last updated on 05/05/2020 by Abby Dykes)