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Video Calling

Video calling and conferencing Video calling and conferencing

On this page you'll find links to resources that will help you communicate with other people by video: We'll run through some of the most popular platforms that allow you to hold video chats with your friends, family and colleagues.

All resources refer to the free version of the resource.


●  Video calling tutorials from Learn My Way - Tutorials for video calling via FaceTime, Skype, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp

● Zoom - Zoom is a video conferencing tool that lets you host meetings with up to 100 people, for up to 40 minutes, and has lots of other great features. Tutorials and video introductions available.


People In Action – Video tutorials for people struggling with Zoom


● Installing and using Zoom on a phone or tablet

● Learn to install and use Zoom on a computer

Whereby - Whereby is a flexible tool providing you with video meetings in the browser – no downloads & no logins for guests. The free version allows up to 4 people in a chat, allows screen sharing, and lets you play YouTube videos to everyone in the chat. Tutorials and support available.

●  Google Duo - Google Duo is a dead-simple app for making group video calls containing up to 8 people. It works via apps for Android or iOS, as well as the Duo Web interface. This makes it a good fit if you want to start a group call of people on different types of devices. You only need to provide your phone number to start using it, instead of signing up for a whole Google account.