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GoToAssist does not have the conference call functionality that GoToMeeting does...So now we need to pay for two products? Yes, I can have them call me directly but what about when multiple users need to join(which happens most of the time).
Do you know why this isn't available in GoToMeeting?
This seems like a pretty key feature here. Considering your core meeting product is pretty solid I would say adding Copy/Paste should be a much higher priority. Just in here alone you have customers that have left or are considering leaving GTM for a more capable product. For every one or two you read about in here there are probably hundreds not bothering to comment and just leaving. This is a pretty big feature that has been missing for quite a while it seems.
I just started using GoTo Meeting since that is what the company I just started working for has bought. I searched on Google to find out where the copy/paste feature is since I couldn't find it and then I come across this post. As I read down the post I found it stunning that not only was the feature missing, but that the responses from the company seemed to be like "So why is this feature so important, can you give us an example?". I mean, do you really need to ask that? Why is this feature so important? If that isn't obvious and if you need an example, then you may be in the wrong business. I am now having to have a client, who payed our company a big chunk of money, transfer the data I need to a computer that has an email client (we are working on one of his servers, so no email client there) and email it to me. File transfer built in would also be nice since I had to have him do the same thing with an xls file earlier, but lets do one basic feature at a time I guess...