LinkedIn, an employment-oriented online service, has started providing video meeting options within LinkedIn’s direct messaging service.
According to reports, LinkedIn is providing video meetings. The user is prompted to select a provider to create and send a video link for a video meeting to their contacts. These options include Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and BlueJeans video conferencing.
The usage of these video conferencing apps had already become a necessity and LinkedIn saw how important it was to keep people, businesses, and organizations running efficiently during those trying times.
Many educational institutes are still taking online classes and many organizations have made it a policy for their employees to stay and work from home to ensure their safety and prevent the spread of Coronavirus pandemic.
However, apps like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, BlueJeans, even Facebook Messenger Rooms have been extremely helpful in keeping businesses alive and making it possible for people to carry on their official conferences and meetings.
Now that LinkedIn is allowing video meetings through the direct messaging service, it is surely going to have a very positive impact on millions of users of the LinkedIn platform.