REMO checks off interactive meeting boxes
Our organization selected REMO to fill the gap in networking that we lose with virtual events. It allows participants to join a table for small group discussions, chat with everyone or privately chat, share files, videos, and do whiteboarding in an easy-to-use platform. We have also used it for large conference breakout sessions as its presentation mode is useful to show slides and, more importantly, for panel discussions with lots of live chat interaction with the audience. There are numerous ways for sponsors to be seen and heard and to interact in a live session. We have also used it for casual networking and coffee breaks/happy hour events.
Drawbacks: It's a little more complicated than other platforms for presenters to share their screens successfully, and is not the best for showing slides because the size of the slide window is the same as it is for any presenters who have their cameras on. Participants who don't have good internet connections cannot always show their video or audio. And some organizations don't feel comfortable using it because operations are based in Hong Kong.