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I think it's still the best tool for a video conferencing. Everybody has it, the video quality is high, cross-device, supports in browser call and now supports calls right inside Slack
We have a lot of connection drops and participants dropping and calls that just don't complete. Our Internet connections are not the problem. It really seems to have gone down hill fast in the last two years.
You know it's a bad product when you begin every conversation with "Can you hear me now?"
Works well with communicating with people outside the organisation
Bad connection all the time
Free and easy to use.
i plan to check out others as demands on a community level become obvious, but for now at this stage for just 1-1 communication this is a no brainer
Once the initial connection is made between everyone in the group, using skype for chatting and video conferencing has been simple and reliable for us.
We like its interface
Not bad. It does what's expected.
It is easy to use
great when it works....wish it didn't hang so often
We're using Skype simply because we haven't found a better alternative.
Price is good for us which is free. Most of the time reliable. When we have big groups we use GHangouts which has also worked well for us.
Doesn't work all the time. Horrible UI since MS took over.
So so.. does the job on the run - often lacks 3 way support
Ugly, the experience is sketchy at best but we are kinda stuck with it for the time as other platforms have their own issues
best way to easily contact anyone, on any device
not everybody has Skype, and lags when calling people in China
Lag at time but very commonly available.
This is the standard, and for me it's tended to work pretty well, at least for one-on-one video calls.
Product is good but not great. If you have something better ... use it.
low reliability, but free and most of the times works. We also use Go2Meeting
Heavy, clunky, and the spam contact requests get old. Our whole team was incredibly happy to switch over chat to @slack. Wish there was something Slack-quality for video chat.