“Co-browsing” may not be a product per se, but the feature reflects’ Prysm’s focus on recognizing new challenges in the evolving work environment, says David Schweer, director of product marketing. For instance, “We’ve noticed that conference rooms are getting harder to get into,” he says. “So we’ve added the concept of co-browsing [to Prysm Application Suite].”
Co-browsing allows all Prysm workplace participants to view and interact with the same web content while empowering the presenter to decide if and when other users can interact with the web browser through the group participation toggle, according to Prysm. Functionality allows users with a login to enable other users who do not have a personal login to be able to make edits while being monitored and invited to make changes.
Co-browsing also brings web-based applications to Prysm Mobile workspaces for the first time, further building out Prysm’s virtual meeting room offering, bringing meeting content to any device at any time by enhancing the collaboration experience for both in-room and remote participants.Return To Article