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Studies comparing participation through FtF and synchronous online communication revealed inconsistent results: while some of them found decreased participation in voice and text chat (Berge & Fjuk, 2006), others claimed that text chat (Hudson & Bruckman, 2002; Lobel et al.
Group behavior in FtF communication versus online interactions through audio chat and text chat were compared.
We hypothesized that extroversion-introversion would affect the degree of anticipated and actual participation as well as the quality of contribution to discussions in F2F communication versus online voice chat or text chat interactions, and that the sensitivity of discussion topic would augment this trend.
2008), the participants were asked to imagine first group discussion on non-sensitive topic ("Please imagine chatting with a friend, colleague, or peer about the last weekend"), then the sensitive one ("Please imagine you are angry about the egoistic behavior of a friend, colleague, or peer"), and report about their readiness to discuss FtF, through audio and text chat (scale 1 = "not at all"; 8 = "very much").
Table 2 shows the means and standard deviations of the participants' readiness to discuss the non-sensitive and sensitive topics through FtF, audio and text chat.
Post-hoc tests showed that they also preferred FtF discussion rather than audio chat or text chat (M = 6.
Benefits of text chat as a medium for customer service contact:
Text chat questions and responses are typically less formal than e-mails.
In contrast to telephone calls, customer-care agents can typically handle multiple text chat sessions at a time, thus increasing their productivity.
Challenges of the text chat as a medium for customer service contact:
Responding to customer questions via text chat requires a skill set similar to that for e-mail; and as with e-mail, identifying skilled customer-care agents is sometimes challenging and typically demands a higher rate of pay.
The company's comprehensive ASAP family of Web conferencing systems is designed for sales, marketing, training and support departments, and is a Flash-based suite featuring rich media meeting capabilities including text chat, VoIP audio, video, screen sharing, PowerPoint presentations, and Record & Playback.
The company's comprehensive ASAP family of web conferencing systems is designed for sales, marketing, training and support departments, and is the only Flash-based suite featuring rich media meeting capabilities including text chat, VoIP audio, video, screen sharing, PowerPoint presentations, and Record & Playback.