LogMeIn has introduced new features to enhance the collaboration experience on its screen sharing service, Join.Me. The update gives users the ability to record any meeting and then save and share it via cloud storage.
Meeting hosts can now click a button to record video and audio during any meeting. The saved files are uploaded to Cubby, a cloud storage service linked to a user’s Join.Me account. Others can be invited into the Cubby to view the file, or users can share it with a link.
Cubby includes 5GB of free storage, which according to LogMeIn, will store “hundreds of hours of content”. Files are saved in a .webm format, an open file format that can be played via the join.me site, Chrome, and Firefox. Plenty of other media players can support the file format with a plug-in.
The cloud-based sharing and recording feature will be available to Join.Me Pro and Premium subscribers, as well as for users of the web, PC, Mac, and iPad versions. Those with a free basic Join.Me account can test out the new feature to see if they want to upgrade.