Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

BY UberConference,

Want to share a presentation during a conference call? Or a meeting agenda for people to follow? ÜberConference now makes it simple for you or anyone in your conference call to share notes, documents, and files with everyone else on the call. For free. See how it works:

Creating an intuitive document management system takes smart thinking, and companies like Box and Evernote do a great job with these core features and more. Which is why we’re happy to announce that ÜberConference has integrated with Box and Evernote to bring integrated document sharing to all conference calls. Just link your Box or Evernote account to your ÜberConference account and choose which files to share.

When you share items during a call, we add a thumbnail of the document to the ÜberConference and all participants can access it by clicking on it. Each participant’s view is independent, so different people can view different files at the same time. At the end of the call, links to the notes and files are included in the call summaries for easy reference.

Box makes it incredibly easy to view and share all types of files and business documents, like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Acrobat files, right in the browser through its integration. The embedded Box widget has a number of smart control features built in so you can page through documents, rotate and resize images, and switch in and out of full screen view all within UberConference.

Evernote is an awesome way for people to remember everything, and many ÜberConference users already use our feature for automatically saving call summaries to their Evernote account. With the new release of Evernote Business, it’s even easier to collaborate on shared business notes, and we are excited to be one of the first companies to develop an integration with this new functionality. We have also added in another smart, Related Notes function that Evernote offers, which will automatically find notes that you might want for the call based on the conference name and participants in the call.

If you haven’t signed up for a Box or Evernote account already, you should check them out now. New Box users can also get 10 GB of extra space if you sign up at www.box.com/UberConference

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