Smart Videoconferencing: New Habits for Virtual Meetings


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If the view never changes, watching a monitor can quickly become boring. Unfortunately, this occurs in many videoconference meetings. People do not understand that virtual meetings are not nearly as compelling as in-person meetings. The most frequent complaint we hear about virtual meetings is “Borrrring!” Because of boredom, when participants are off-camera, there is a good chance they are multi-tasking—both watching and working on something else.

Business videoconferences are not like television, where images change about every seven seconds and splashy graphics are flashed on the screen to grab attention. Television producers do this because they know ...

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