Blog

Insights and musings from the friendly folks at Team.Video

Introducing now.me

Today we are excited to share [now.me](https://now.me) -- a way to get right to the meeting you're supposed to be in right now. At any given moment, if you visit the site, it will look at your calendar, see what video call you're meant to be in, and take you right there. It… Read more →

Zoom treats you like a child

Deeply ingrained in Zoom's defaults are choices that do not encourage us to expect the best from each other. We spend such vast amounts of time in video meetings now that we should question what behaviors our platforms are driving us to, and how they affect our interactions wit… Read more →

Camera on or off? A UX approach to video meeting fatigue

Video conferencing is the new office / living room / dinner table / doctors office... As the spaces of our social lives have transitioned to a limited number of software interfaces, fatigue and burnout has skyrocketed taxing our mental health and productivity. While video co… Read more →

Please interrupt me!

At Team.Video, one of our founding principles is "be inclusive". In life, and in video meetings, there are folks who are more and less inclined to speak. Sometimes folks get excited, and have a lot to say about a topic. It can be hard in video meetings for others to find a pl… Read more →

Introducing Team.Video

Team.Video is built for remote teams, by a remote team. We'd like to introduce you to the product - which is now in open beta. We built Team.Video with two foundational principles in mind: 1. Team meetings should be as inclusive as possible; and 2. Team meetings should be … Read more →

Try team.video for free

Discover happier, more productive video meetings

Try it out