WebEx comparison overview

Here is a comparison of the different tools available in WebEx and their key features: 

 

WebEx Meetings

WebEx Training

WebEX Events

WebEx Teams

Key Features

    • Instructor’s audio/video
    • Slide Presentation
    • Whiteboard
    • Chat, public or private
    • Distributed multimedia link
    • Mute/unmuted audience microphones/cameras
    • Role assignments
    • Recordings
    • Telephone call in (default)
    • 1000 seats capacity
    • Waiting lobby room
    • Transcription of video
    • Streaming to popular streaming services such as, YouTube, vBrick, IBM, etc.
    • Virtual background/blurred background
    • Ordered and sorted hand raising
    • Faster /slower playback of recordings
    • Push to talk with space bar key to mute/umuted mic
    • Co-host
    • Polling
    • Q&A
    • Breakout rooms
    • Classroom feedback
  • Instructor’s audio/video
  • Slide Presentation
  • Whiteboard
  • Chat, public or private
  • Distributed multimedia link
  • Mute/unmuted audience microphones/cameras
  • Role assignments
  • Recordings
  • Telephone call in (optional)
  • 1000 seats capacity
  • Polling
  • Q&A
  • Simultaneous multi-page presentation
  • Breakout rooms
  • Classroom feedback
  • Instructor’s audio/video
  • Slide Presentation
  • Whiteboard
  • Chat public or private
  • Distributed multimedia link
  • Mute/unmuted audience microphones/cameras
  • Role assignments
  • Recordings
  • Telephone call in (optional)
  • 3000 seats capacity
  • Polling
  • Q&A
  • Panelists for moderation
  • Registration in advance
  • Post event surveys 
  • Streaming to popular streaming services such as, YouTube, vBrick, IBM, etc.

  • Instructor’s audio/video
  • Slide Presentation
  • Whiteboard
  • Chat public or private
  • Multimedia sharing
  • Mute/unmuted audience microphones/cameras
  • Role assignments
  • Polling
  • Multi-channel offline conversation treads
  • Off line collaboration such as file sharing, whiteboards
  • Ad hoc spaces

Notes

  • Members of audience can open their mic and speak at any time, they don’t need permission from the host.
  • Meetings is the most interactive option for meetings.
  • Meetings can bridge between internet calls and telephone call ins.

 

  • Microphone are muted unless enabled by the instructor.
  • Breakout rooms can be used to create smaller work groups, etc.
  • WebEx Events is used to deliver presentations to a very large audience with fewer interactions like a webinar.
  • Most of audience interactions are done via chat and Q&A, there are panelist roles that can be assigned and be used as moderators.
  • There are audience registrations, surveys, etc.

 

 

  • WebEx Teams combines live collaboration with offline space for a continued contribution. You have live audio/video communication that can be followed by discussions, files sharing, etc.
  • You can create ad hoc spaces for break out room.

 



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