Drum is a cloud-based collaboration tool suitable for businesses of all sizes. It offers browser-based real-time audio meetings that can be accessed from a web browser, mobile tablet or smartphone.

Drum allows users to hold multi-person meetings using various devices. Users can upload documents into meetings, and participants can edit shared documents together in real time. Meetings can also be recorded and saved for later review.

Drum supports integrations with applications such as Slack, Instagram, Twitter, Google Drive, Dropbox and more. Additionally, Drum can be embedded into a user’s existing website.

Support is available via email. Pricing is per user per month.

Start meeting
Start meeting
Start meeting
Meeting dashboard
Meeting dashboard
Upload files
Upload files
Meeting timeline
Meeting timeline
Replay meeting
Replay meeting

Supported Operating System(s):

Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 8



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Number of employees:  51-200 employees

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August 2018

Marching in the right direction

See above my answer for the Pro's

Pros

All the potential applications where Drum would be useful and make conferencing more efficient

Cons

the fact that i didnt get to use it much cause the company i worked for stopped using slack and since havent had a reason to use it again in my regular day to day life.

Review Source: Capterra

Number of employees:  1 employee

Ease-of-use

Value for money

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March 2018

Pros

Get meetings started with a few clicks.
You can even start meetings via phone, tablet or landline, which is very handy, especially when offsite and away from computer.
Great tools for managing a meeting. For example, there are tools to help with presenting and making notes and annotations.
You can set up agendas in advance of the meeting.