GoToMeeting is a web conferencing software designed to help businesses connect with anyone in any location and on any device. It also has tools for desktop/application sharing, drawing, and remote access. We compiled GoToMeeting reviews from around the web and determined that GoToMeeting has mixed ratings. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
GoToMeeting Customer Reviews
Summary of GoToMeeting Reviews
What GoToMeeting does well:
Users who gave GoToMeeting a positive review liked that it can be used anywhere, for example they can start meetings via mobile.
What GoToMeeting does not do well:
Users who gave GoToMeeting a negative review had issues with the quality of the audio and the frequency of lagging.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
A positive reviewer from the site G2 Crowd said that the ability to easily have meetings on mobile with screen sharing is incredibly useful. He mentioned that being able to add co-organizers is very helpful too.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A negative review from G2 Crowd said that audio doesn’t always work even when the user interface says that it’s working fine. He said the video tends to lag too especially when using the remote access feature.
Other GoToMeeting Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful GoToMeeting reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: Aug 24, 2017|
GoToMeeting has three paid plans that range between $19 to $49 per month, with all plans billed annually. There is also a free option available for Google Chrome users. The main difference between the plans is the number of participants that can join a web meeting.
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(Paid package users are given support priority)
GoToMeeting sessions use both web audio (accessed via the internet through a computer or mobile device) and phone audio (if participants prefer to dial-in). Screen sharing is also available with all plans, but the free plan only offers it via a plugin within the Google Chrome browser.
Unlike some web conferencing software that allow users to record their video sessions, GoToMeeting stores recordings locally within the device and not over cloud storage. This is worth noting for people and businesses who prefer the latter.
Other features include:
- 1-click Meetings
- HD Video Conferencing
- Drawing Tools
- Keyboard and Mouse Sharing
- Active Directory
- InRoom Link (connect through an existing conference room system)