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What are the common use Cases for 'One-to-one'?
What are the common use Cases for 'One-to-one'?
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Written by Guillaume Chauviere
Updated over a week ago

Live Video Support

A one-to-one connection can be the key part of your customer experience.

One-to-one video chat customer service lets you link with customers on the other side of the world to provide them with the same level of care they’d receive walking into a brick-and-mortar location.

Getting started with a new product or service

Getting started with a new product or service can be confusing. You can smooth this process using One-to-one.

A high-quality onboarding experience makes it easier for customers to start using your product. It also reduces the number of onboarding-related tickets they send to support. Plus, it makes it more likely that users will get invested in using the product, use it to its full potential, and ultimately become promoters of your brand.

Training with Video

If you’re working with a hybrid or fully remote customer support team, you already know how difficult it can be to bring them up to speed.

This is where customer service training One-to-one come in. This can help remote employees feel more connected with their team and with the overall corporate culture

Showing someone how to do something using a visual aid makes the process so much easier.

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