Video Calls within Trainerize
Be able to place a video call to a client directly in Trainerize.
Thanks for your great suggestion! We’re marking this idea as completed! You can now schedule video call within the appointments tab.
Clients can join video calls directly within the Trainerize app, creating a seamless one-app experience.
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Coach George commented
Yes, indeed. I also see this as a more flexible way of programing appointments rather than being forced to go to the appointments tab.
It's not a really big deal, but it would be nice to have this feature.
Mallory Cislo commented
I would like to go to the client calendar to schedule a video call just as I would any other workout or cardio instead of having to back out of the client page and go to appointments.
Allowing an option in the new scheduling system for coaching calls.
Kathie Vandermeer commented
Zoom live streaming workouts as well as client calls would be great!
Lior H commented
Either zoom or your own integration. Zoom enables screen sharing that can be very helpful for things like meal plans or website walkthroughs.
Rocio Blanco commented
Agree, ability to do 1:1 workout with zoom or other video conferencing app and be part of the calendar integration
Jeff Copewithfitness commented
appointments and consultations, maybe with a share my screen like skype, zoom or some kind of platform like that, this would be alot more engadgeing than it is at the moment, you could even lead a workout class.
Yes, using ZOOM integration please.
Houston Fry commented
Live stream 1 on 1 PT session or group session within the app instead of having to use Zoom or Skype
This would be great! Especially for a group and if we could conduct from the computer. I know this may be asking for a lot, and having screen share so we can show info/content to educate. Otherwise I’d have to keep using zoom
Bill Sias commented
Between the client's phone and my computer.
Vicky Rocha commented
Video call can be use for a follow up or even for online class with the client
Brittany Byrd commented
This would be really great if you could use from your phone or computer and have it stored on the clients profile so they could watch a replay if they needed. It would be great especially to use with the new Appointments feature!
Kenton Martin commented
An integration with Microsoft Teams would be great. Teams has come a long way with their video calls and many professionals including myself already have a Teams license/account through Office 365.
Lindsay Saenz commented
add calls to appt calendar as well as notes for clients going out of town
To be able to do live video via group chat would negate having to have a fb group for each trainerize group which would help tremendously
Matt Hancocks commented
zoom is really good, but can you also look into being able to leave video messages within the chat
Right now, when I (the coach) or a client initiates a video call in the app.... nothing happens, ie the other doesn't know!
Please make it so that we can set a notification for whether we are or are not notified when a video call has been requested. I would LOVE if we had the same control over this as we do 1-way / 2-way messaging now, ie we can ID / enable which clients have authority to initiate these video calls
Hey Trevor, I use ZOOM for most of my calls, other than 1-1 client calls. I do still use Appear.In for single 1-on-1 client calls ONLY because it is built in and more congruent with getting clients to use the app for as much as possible.
Zoom allows me to record calls I want to record. It is integrated with my online scheduler, Acuity -which is HYPER convenient.
ZOOM is also a lot less "overhead" for your computer compared to Skype. A lot less difficult to use as well for clients.
Alex Ray commented
I would love to see an integration with Zoom or just a calendar booking function (maybe through Acuity scheduling?) I do all my client video calls through FaceTime or Google Hangouts. It’s more peraonal