Roll out the red carpet with Voxeet Guest Access

When we talk to our customers, what we hear again and again is that they want easier, more elegant ways to connect, no matter where they are or who they’re talking to. With web conferencing, we’re letting Voxeet users join conference calls from any browser, on any device, anywhere in the world. With guest access, we’re extending that same welcome to their guests.

No matter where they are, your guests can join a Voxeet call from their Firefox or Chrome browser. When you schedule a meeting, we’ll send them a link they can simply click to connect, no downloading or dialing …

By |April 13th, 2016|

Be Our Guest: Introducing Web Access

voxeet conference call
At Voxeet, we believe everyone should have a chance to experience the clearest, simplest conference calls around. That’s why we’re introducing our friendliest feature yet.

Meet Voxeet Guest Access, a new way to connect to calls right from your web browser. Intuitive and inclusive, it’s one of three easy options Voxeet users now have for joining the conversation:

  1. Web: The NEW Voxeet Guest Access lets your guests join a call from their Firefox or Chrome browsers without downloading the Voxeet app. Firefox users can even experience our proprietary True Voice Technology …
By |August 17th, 2015|

Group call fails: Top five conferencing frustrations

For many people, conference calls are a necessary but deeply unpleasant part of life—something akin to getting a cavity filled or sitting in traffic. But what exactly makes them so mind-numbingly bad? We polled our customers on the conferencing frustrations that drove them completely insane (or at least prompted them to switch to Voxeet). Here are their top five:


  1. Epic PINs: Shockingly long and always impossible to locate at the exact moment you need them, PINs are the fickle gatekeepers of the conference call kingdom. It’s pretty much guaranteed that you’ll accidently mistype one of the very last numbers in the …
By |August 11th, 2015|

Making the most of your conference calls

Of all the tools we use to collaborate, conference calls are, as I mentioned last week, one of the very best we have in terms of simulating in-person communication. If they’re well planned, well facilitated and well executed, regular conference calls can do wonders for your team’s communication, camaraderie and productivity. Here are a few tips for making the most of every minute.

Consider sound quality
Many a conference call has been rendered more or less useless—and thoroughly frustrating—due to poor call quality. As teams grow increasingly distributed, regular calls are often the only opportunity workers have to hear each other’s …

By |September 17th, 2014|

Organizing business meetings across three continents (or more)

The past few weeks, we’ve talked about distributed teams and their future. One thing we didn’t mention is how these largely more fluid, distributed, often international teams communicate with one another. Maintaining clear, consistent communication can be a challenge for any team, whether its members all sit in the same office or work all over the world. As teams become increasingly distributed—often across multiple time zones and continents—it’s essential to find ways to keep everyone included, organized and working toward the same goals. Here are a few of our favorite strategies for effective meetings with international teams.

Google Docs
Ideal for creating agendas, …

By |September 3rd, 2014|