Video conference tools that take up the entire screen can also be quite uncomfortable. In an offline setting, there are natural elements such as the presence of background noise, the atmosphere of the room, and personal distance between colleagues. However in an online meeting, you constantly have to look at zoomed in portraits of each other’s faces which could lead to mental fatigue.
Don’t have to use up your entire screen. PEEP’s multi-window feature allows you to move everything around so you can easily multitask.
Sharing more than one screen at a time. Easily toggle between shared screens and use the drawing feature to easily communicate with your colleagues.
PEEP can be a useful tool outside of work. You can use PEEP to draw, chat, share memes and ideas with you friends online.
When I’m interviewing applicants online, communicating with the applicant while having to switch between screens can be a hassle, but PEEP made everything simpler. I didn’t have to use up the entire screen and was able to conveniently jot down notes on the shared screen.
Everyone at my company works from home. It was extremely convenient to be able to put the screen up on the shared screen, while also utilizing the video call and drawing tools. We’re thinking of implementing it company wide for all development work once PEEP officially launches.
I use PEEP to watch YouTube and Netflix with my friends, and having the camera on while studying and doing school work together feels like we’re in the same room. When we’re bored, we sometimes draw on each other’s faces for fun!
I create contents around watching and giving feedback/coaching for viewers’ video games. Being able to draw directly on the game screen is extremely useful during live streams, and it saves me time since I don’t need to take an extra step to edit the videos before I upload it on YouTube.