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Comment by stevedosan
about join.me · Jan 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

I would like to add one more very good remote support tool: R-HUB remote support servers http://www.rhubcom.com/v5/remote-Support.html

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Join Me needs to be register first?

Comment by Jehuty2gm
about join.me · Mar 2014 · Helpful Not helpful

Hi I'm not sure but I think some policy in join me had change. You need to register before you can use it. please review and update.

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Too slow, poor image quality

Comment by Kevin1980
about join.me and Aeroadmin · Nov 2013 · Helpful Not helpful

The software is really easy but tooooo slow. In fact I can't hold online meetings with join.me due to its performance though it's crossplatform.

Small Aeroadmin iconAeroadmin looks much better though...

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Join.me does *not* support Linux.

Comment by mariano_j
about join.me · Jul 2012 · Helpful Not helpful

quoting from the FAQ

Trouble starting a meeting?

(..)
Sorry, we don't support Linux.

see http://bit.ly/p8aXrR

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Comment by Alex8899
about join.me and LogMeIn, AMMYY Admin · Mar 2012 · Helpful Not helpful

Easy-to-use - YES
Crossplatform - YES
Fast performance - NO
Secure - NO

Well, it might seem a good alternative to Logmein or Ammyy Admin Small AMMYY Admin iconAMMYY Admin but it definitely lacks connection security. Anyone can connect to your PC by randomly putting in the session number and control your computer.

Mu resume - good app for a short and not important open meetings, unfortunately that's all i can say about it.
Pro IT people won't use it!

As I've already said try Ammyy Admin Small AMMYY Admin iconAMMYY Admin or Logmein http://alternativeto.net/software/loqmein/ instead.

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Rip-offs already spreading around

Comment by polocanada
about join.me · Oct 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Copycats:

Join.me
http://d.pr/vx0x

InnerPass / InnerMeeting
http://d.pr/Qf88

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Comment by formula1
about join.me · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Unfortunately it does not work for linux
I appreciate your enthusiasm though

The "Share" function uses a downloadable program, which is available for Windows or Mac, but not for Linux, indeed.
The "Join" function, however, uses Flash. So this part does work on Linux.

I discovered this program today. It really is a nice alternative to TeamViewer.

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Comment by endzyme
about join.me · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Unfortunately this product does not work for linux. Misleading information provided.

Thanks,

"It can be anywhere from one to 250 people" - No, actually,free version limited to 10 participants.
http://help.join.me/knowledgebase/articles/149474-how-many-people-can-join-a-meeting-

Than you should give www.dozeo.com a try! Works on Linux as well if you use Chrome ;)

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