The Value of Push-to-Talk

Do you ever find yourself sitting in a meeting listening to the multiple conversations going on at one time and wonder, how are we actually getting things done?

There have been times when sitting in a meeting was comparable to a Thanksgiving meal with my family and all the cousins, conversations flowing at a rapid pace.

A meeting shouldn’t be going on like this, meetings are set up to complete tasks, accomplish goals and to put plans together. Using the Push-to-Talk feature by Team on the Run. we have found a way to cut down on chatter, improve workflow, and improve the overall experience of a meeting.

What makes Push-to-Talk a successful solution for a meeting? Its ability to give one person the floor to speak. You speak when its your turn, everyone else listens, once you finish someone else can take over and have the floor. This gives each employee a voice no matter if you are the manager, intern, or executive.

Having these meetings with a global company or a company with remote employees is a great way to make sure everyone is attentive and gets a chance to voice their opinion.

When we have a weekly meeting it’s a time for each employee to speak up on their tasks that they are currently working on and with Push-to-Talk each member has a chance to speak up and take turns. When it’s your turn to speak, the floor is yours and you can explain everything.

Meetings through something like Skype or Google Hangouts can actually hinder productivity when everyone can speak at one time. Not to mention the guy on the call that doesn’t realize his mic is always on.

Team on the Run also offers the ability to set up channels: A channel is a group full of members who, when signed in, can push to talk with everyone, from anywhere, just like a walkie-talkie Frequency band, but far stronger. This allows you to control who can enter the meeting, that way you can make sure that the right people are always in your meetings.

Team on the Run allows you to take control of a meeting and make sure everyone is not only participating but plans stay intact and goals on target.

Say goodbye to overly complicated meetings and hello to meetings simplified.

Using Push-to-Talk on Android

Using Push-to-Talk on Webchat

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Value through Story: Introduction

Here at Team on the Run we understand the value of a good story to help a brand grow. A good story helps a brand grow by showing people the realistic side of why a brand can be right for a business.

A few months back we started a series called Content on the Run, which was a way for us to introduce and highlight some of the many features we offer within Team on the Run.

Now, we want to share some of the stories on how Team on the Run is improving businesses, with you. Team on the run offers users and businesses alike with a multitude of features. On the blog in the past we’ve told you about these features, now it is about showing you.

Starting October 21, 2016 our first post will go live. Be sure to tune into the blog each Friday as we share some stories on how Team on the Run is improving workplaces around the world.

As always, to simplify your business and learn more about our web to mobile feature, visit us here: Team on the Run

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Push to Talk for WebChat

Below you will find the Team on the Run feature video about Push to Talk on WebChat. When using Team on the Run’s WebChat, it is recommended that you use Google Chrome or Firefox as your web browser of choice.

This video will outline some of the core features utilized on WebChat’s Push to Talk functionality.

For more information about WebChat please check out our user guide: Using Team on the Run WebChat

  1. 0:13- What is a WebChat?
  2. 0:37- How to make a Push to Talk call on WebChat
  3. 1:30- How to call multiple members at once
  4. 2:05- How to turn on and off channels
 As always, to simplify your business and learn more about our web to mobile feature, visit us here: Team on the Run

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Push to Talk Feature on Android

Below you will find the Team on the Run feature video about Push to Talk on Android devices.

This video will outline some of the core features that you are able to accomplish with Push to Talk on Team on the Run. If you are unfamiliar with Team on the Run and would like to learn more visit us at https://www.teamontherun.com/en-US/

  1. 0:18- How to use Push to Talk
  2. 1:04- How to call multiple members at once
  3. 1:45- How to turn on an off a channel + Explaining what a channel is
  4. 2:43- How to turn off Auto Response*

*Auto Response is a feature that (when on) automatically will answer Push to Talk calls.

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Features on the Run

Over the past few months here at Team on the Run we have been working on providing engaging content stretched across multiple and new platforms. One of these “new” platforms is YouTube.

Starting this week we will be launching our first set of feature videos onto the channel: YouTube

These feature videos will showoff different features that are offered within the Team on the Run app and Webchat. Especially after trying out Team on the Run, the YouTube “features” playlist will be a good place to go check out and take a deeper dive into what Team on the Run can offer your business.

This week the two videos of interest that will be discussed is:

Push-To-Talk feature on Android and Webchat.

Later in the week I will include the links to the videos in a blog post, till then enjoy the user guides as some added reading on the feature:

As always, to simplify your business and learn more about our web to mobile feature, visit us here: Team on the Run