• Thursday, January 11, 2018

New Features In TheraPlatform - December

We hope that you are enjoying your holiday break. We wanted to let you know that we added number of new features in December. Here what is new in TheraPlatform:

Screen Sharing Improvements -  your clients no longer need to download screen sharing application but they are still able to fully control your screen. We have improved the screen sharing experience and fixed known issues on Mac.

Video sharing - share your YouTube videos during the session. Create and organize videos to use during session with your clients.

New reward games
 - we have added two new reward games (ping pong and memory game). Now you can play reward games from whiteboard and document sharing as well.

Whiteboard stickers and spinner - spin spinner and play board game when using whiteboard or sharing PDF documents.

You can schedule demo of TheraPlatform here:

https://www.theraplatform.com/Support/Contact

You can sign up for the free trial here : 

https://www.theraplatform.com/freetrial
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