1.Skype Meet Now
Up to 25-50 Participants
Record the call for up to 30 days
Can blur the background (if you have the app)
While it’s been mainly known as a business application and continues to focus on serving companies, it does have a fairly generous free version that’s worth checking out. For the current emergency, it has widened the features of the freemium version from 50 to 100 participants, gotten rid of the 40-minute limit on meetings, and added call-in abilities.
Up to 100 participants
Unlimited timing for each meeting
Call-in for audio
video chat with Up to 20 participants
Forty-six minutes for each meeting
Video chat with up to 10 people
Voice conversations can have up to 150 participants
There aren’t a lot of additional features.
You can add text messages and share screens, but that’s about it. Still, if you want quick and easy, this is worth checking out.
Video chat with up to 80 people
Microsoft Teams is a great fit for the conference-calling, meeting-scheduling, file-sharing businessperson in you (or your boss).
A subscription to Microsoft Teams includes its Office 365 suite of apps, like Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, among others. For big presentations or company-wide streams, you can use its built-in live events tools to share your screen and host events without jumping through too many hoops.