Run virtual workshops 2x more effectively.
Multi-user screen sharing, simultaneous editing on any desktop and browser application on a joint workspace, with built-in audio and video chat.
A new way to run remote workshops
Creating an engaging and productive event can be challenging, especially remotely. Making sure all participants feel included and on the same page is vital for a successful workshop.
“ CoScreen has turned “meetings” into “doings.” Instead of having to review take-aways at the end of every meeting, we instead review things that we’ve accomplished. ”
“ I've been pushing use of CoScreen as a replacement for Zoom in situations where I want to share a window with the people I'm working with. Using CoScreen is a much more natural experience and it feels like it should be built-in to every OS.”
“ Other screen sharing tools have crippling limitations, usually about bandwidth and functionally - CoScreen solves both issues very neatly. ”
“ CoScreen has been an astonishingly useful introduction to our onboarding and orientation process, as well as within our internal team discussions and brainstorming sessions. ”
The benefits of using CoScreen in your next virtual workshop
Participants can share any app window and edit it simultaneously for a seamless and engaging experience.
Collaborative learning by doing together on a joint desktop, where you will always be on the same page and support inclusivity on all levels.
Crystal-clear audio and video communication that never wears you out.
Add a link to any meeting or use the Chrome extension or Slack app to schedule and join in a snap.
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What's different about collaborating using CoScreen
Don't settle for anything that doesn't make your team get on the same page with less friction, low latency and high interactivity.
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