Business Insider UK has launched a new online service for its webex meetups in 2020, bringing the world of meetups to a whole new level.
The site, which will be hosted by Zoom, offers a unified interface for people looking to join a meetup, which can be viewed through Google Maps, Facebook and other social media.
The app will allow anyone to book a meet up, and it also provides an “invitation” link that can be used to invite people to meet.
Zoom also announced that it will add more meetups, including more than 300 currently running, across London.
This will give people the ability to connect with their friends from across the country, and meet up in places like Camden, Brighton and Leeds.
A separate service, MeetupHub, will offer the same information on its website, but also a Facebook group and Google+ account.
Zoom said the webex service will be available in 2019, and that meetups will be added to the app in 2020.
There will also be a website that will offer information on other meeting venues across the UK, including Bristol, Reading, Manchester and Oxford.
Zoota will provide information about the UK webex network, and Zoom will provide a list of locations.
There’s no release date yet for the new webex meeting service.
Zooming in to the page, however, you can see that it includes:The London webex is the largest and most diverse of all the webEx network, with more than 2,200 meetups.
The UK webEx is also the first network to offer a direct contact system, meaning people can reach out to meetups directly, rather than just via a Facebook invite.