KUDO, language-as-a-service solution for online meetings, has released a major update for its cloud-based multilingual video conferencing platform with v18 which enables customisable attendee interfaces, a KUDO lobby and enhanced voting features among others.
The KUDO Lobby feature introduces a waiting room where attendees can test their devices and internet connectivity to secure a smooth transition into the meeting, while meeting organisers benefit with increased security having the ability to accept attendees or deny access to unwanted users, thereby avoiding confidentiality breaches.
With the implementation of a customisable attendee interface, meeting organisers can now enable or disable specific features depending on a specific meeting’s needs.
The new release also includes an enhanced voting solution that supports different forms of voting such as parliamentary and multiple choice and now provides complete administrative capabilities for meeting organisers, from restricting voting control to specific roles, to assigning voting rights and weight to a specific group of participants for a given poll.
“We continue to concentrate our efforts and resources on building the most advanced, secure and powerful solution available on the market, with the unique goal of helping our clients overcome language and geographic barriers for their businesses,” KUDO founder and chief executive Fardad Zabetian says.
This major update is accompanied by the release of the iOS v8 and Android v7 applications, both including compatibility with the new features, for consistency across the web-based and mobile experience for attendees.
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