Infographic Should This Be A Video Meeting Or An Email
We've all been in meetings that could have been an email. Sometimes a concise email is all you need to get across a simple message. But real-time communication strengthens relationships and collaboration. When face-to-face meetings aren’t possible, take the next best route with video meetings. If you’re weighing whether to set up a video meeting or send an email, check out this decision tree to help you decide.
Video meetings help build rapport with your audience.
Email is great for straightforward topics. More complex information is often better suited for a video call.
Video meetings can facilitate group collaboration with screen sharing and whiteboard features.
A post-meeting email with meeting results and action items can help prevent unnecessary follow up meetings.
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