Join.Me - would have, could have, should have
April 14, 2021

Join.Me - would have, could have, should have

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 3 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with

We used Join.Me for conference and video calls for staff meeting at my previous organization. We tried using it as a cross multiple sites but we found some features were not very intuitive for staff who are not familiar with technology.
  • The platform is visually appealing
  • Connection is stable most of the time
  • The content sharing feature can be sharpened up a lot to make it more reliable
  • An option to combine users who are using their computer video and a phone for audio would also create less confusion on larger calls
  • There is really none because we have switched to using Teams which integrates better with our workflow since it is a Microsoft product.
Join.Me was a legacy subscription that carried over, there was no longer a need or desire to use Join.Me when everyone is so accustomed to Teams.

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With platforms like Zoom, Google Chat, and Teams having far better superior functionality, Join.Me has a lot of improvements to get back into competition. Join.Me had a reputation that it was one of the first platform to introduce easy to use video features 5 years ago but there has not been a lot of improvements since then. (discontinued) Feature Ratings

High quality audio
High quality video
Low bandwidth requirements
Desktop sharing