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The Best Virtual Spaces For Collaboration

Created for collaboration and team building, these virtual spaces aren’t just meeting rooms but interactive environments in which work can be completed. These collaborative workspaces, as opposed to traditional conference calls that depend on one way of communication like screen sharing, are designed for efficiency, community and connections to remote teams or hybrids.

These virtual spaces are easy to use and accessible to everyone with an ordinary PC, Mac or browser. Virtual spaces are packed with features, making them powerful tools for collaboration. Some of them allow you to create an immersive experience with VR. Some offer a more advanced editor for world-building, while others provide simple avatars that have floating emojis that can communicate sentiments during conversations and presentations.

Google Docs allows team members to edit and view documents, and allows for commenting and tracking changes as well as giving different access rights. It can be used for video conferencing and chat, and integrates with other tools such as calendars, email, and kanban board.

Microsoft Teams is a full suite of workplace software that includes video, voice and chat conferencing, file storage, and integration with other tools for work. It’s free to all Google users and has many pricing options for companies of all sizes.

ImmersedVR, a cutting-edge VR collaboration tool, utilizes telepresence to connect people from across the globe in shared workspaces. It lets team members to write on documents, take notes on plans, and even shake their hands with their co-workers. They can also view the virtual avatars that represent their colleagues standing beside them. This innovative technology is increasingly used to train in classrooms and simulations. Duodecim, the Finnish medical society, for instance, is using Glue to design healthcare training exercises for hybrid and remote employees.

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