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When you say you have never heard of Bluejeans, I'm assuming you aren't talking about Levi's. But I have no idea what you are talking about.Up until March 2020, I would have said the same thing, and the only reason I did a quick study of video conferencing and online video broadcasting was because I had to if I wanted to be effective in my work.Apparently, the good Congressman feels no such compunction.BTW- three of the top videoconferencing programs are Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Bluejeans. All offer similar capabilities.We on the church staff used Microsoft Teams, because our Communications guy at the church already had an account. Zoom seemed to be the preference of church members and was used for several of the committee meetings and classes. And Blue Jeans was used by the University of Michigan and a few of our committee chairs had Blue Jeans accounts through the U of M ans so preferred to use Them.Over the course of the pandemic, Blue Jeans sort of dropped out of the mix. I have no idea why; it’s not a bad platform, but most folks gravitated to Zoom, especially after Zoom made serious progress in upgrading its capabilities.
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