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ClickMeeting is a browser-based web conferencing solution. The host can use the online portal to either schedule meetings in advance, or to start ad hoc online meetings. The user interface of the solution is very well structured and intuitive to use. During a web conference the host can show presentations, YouTube videos or simply share his screen with others. ClickMeetings also lets the attendees work together on a whiteboard.
In addition to task-oriented cooperation participants now can also communicate via video. The placement of the webcams within the browser is flexible and can be altered to a number of predefined settings with a single click.
One of ClickMeeting's most substantial weaknesses is the missing Outlook integration or integration with any other email client for that matter. As a consequence the host has to log into the online portal to schedule a meeting. After that he must manually add all participants to the list. Another minus is that during a meeting the host has no marking tools with which to highlight documents in screen sharing modus.
Bottom line: ClickMeeting is well suited for ad-hoc meetings where content needs to be presented and edited in various formats.
"Start" edition: USD 10 per rmonth for meetings with up to 5 participants (annual subscription: USD 8 per month paid in advance);
"Plus" edition: USD 29 per month for meetings with up to 25 participants (annual subscription: USD 19 per month paid in advance)
Single user license for meetings with up to 25 participants
Voice over IP and phone costs
Integrated phone conference without local dial-in numbers (only US numbers available) and VoIP
|All essential features are available|
|Flash-based user interface, very intuitive usage|
|Meetings are scheduled and started in the online portal; no integration with Outlook|
|Browser-based, no installation necessary - only for desktop sharing|
|Pricing and license options are publicly available; cost structure is transparent and easy to understand|
|128-bit AES encryption|
|Runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux with FlashPlayer 10 (or above), iOS and Android apps available|
|Overall Score||9.24 / 10|
Review updated: Feb 2013
Price information updated: Dec 2011