We're excited to introduce Browser Sharing, the world's easiest way to collaborate on any web page.

Motif began with a vision to make digital collaboration simple, lightweight, and seamless; just like it was always meant to be. We realized that the best way to deliver this experience is through a piece of software that everyone already has installed—the web browser.

To create a delightfully simple, collaborative screen sharing experience, we invented a new technology that uses 300x less bandwidth than tools like Zoom, GoToMeeting, Webex, and Google Hangouts etc. Motif sessions are so clear and fast that many people can't believe they're viewing another person's screen and not just their own. With Browser Sharing, there's no more lag, no more performance hogs, no more battery drains, and simply no more worries—Hakuna Matata!

As reference, the average dog is 300x lighter than the average elephant. Also please check out this adorable elephant and dog friendship.

Furthermore, Browser Sharing can be seamlessly recorded and published as documentation for later. Our lightweight recording technology lets you record meetings in realtime and instantly distribute them to the world at the click of a button. Say goodbye to hours of upload times and hoping that your internet speed and connection are healthy!

Platform Duration Size Link Upload Time
Motif 1 min 43 sec 741 KB View Instant
Youtube 1 min 43 sec 194,900 KB View 2 min 24 sec

Screen Recording Comparision between Motif and Youtube Video Format. Here, the Size Ratio between Youtube to Motif is 250:1.

In addition, Browser Sharing enables multi-mouse collaboration which allows all participants to point, highlight, and annotate elements on the screen, just like they would point at a whiteboard if they were in the same room.

Take a look at how I started learning a new language.

At Motif, we believe that the cornerstone of collaboration is communicating ideas effectively. With Browser Sharing, you can be sure that your ideas are communicated clearly and that everyone will be on the same page—quite literally.

Click here to start collaborating today.