VersaHub is an online work platform that allows employees and team members to telecommute. The application lets users stay in touch with real time activity feeds and fast online updates. A running history of activity is saved so users can access previous entries and developments. The user can also refine their view to a specific work space or view all activities across all workspaces. Each workspace is a virtual area that is used to manage a project or task. Audio and video conferencing tools are built in so users can speak face to face and adjust audio levels for comfortable virtual meetings. Instant messaging tools are also included so users can discuss ideas and issues directly. Files can be attached to online discussions.Show more screenshots »
VersaHub was introduced to offer teams and companies better ways to work online. The application includes all the basic tools a group could need to collaborate. The features list is extensive however the application is still in its early stages. VersaHub is still in beta. No further information has been provided regarding future updates and expansions. So far the application has received little attention from internet users.
VersaHub includes a little bit of everything. Users can manage many aspects of projects and daily tasks online. The application is made even more appealing by the presents of an audio and video chat option. Many team collaboration tools only offer instant messaging or threaded conversations. VersaHub lets users interact in whatever way is ideal for their needs and preferences, even if it is a face to face conversation between two team members who are miles apart.
VersaHub has a professional blue and white color scheme and clean design. The application has modern elements but doesn’t quite break away from the expected in terms of visual elements. Users can easily navigate and will find the experience generally positive, even if it isn’t terribly original or memorable. The application includes prominently displayed menus and simple layouts that let users focus on their work.
A new user can try VersaHub by clicking the blue “Sign Up” link in the upper, right hand corner of the homepage. The form on the next page asks for a full name, username email address and password. The user is automatically logged in to a demo workspace. Random ‘users’ will join the workspace and post comments and actions. This is only to test out the service. No instructions are provided for users who want to leave the demo and access a real work space. The application is in beta so users should watch for updates.
VersaHub offers four membership plans to users. The first is a free plan which includes one work space, access for three users and all features. The Basic plan costs $30 per month and upgrades to three work spaces with access for up to five users as well as 1 GB of storage space. The Standard plan costs $45 per month and includes 10 work spaces, 10 users and 5 GBs of storage space. The Premium plan costs $60 per month and includes up to 15 work spaces, 20 users and 10 GBs of storage space.
VersaHub is an appealing option for users working on a team. The application has a lot of potential and offers users multiple plans to choose from. All the basic team organization features are available including activity feeds instant messaging and file sharing options. The service goes even further by including video and audio conferencing so users have nearly limitless ways to interact with team members regardless of geographic location.