Livestorm vs BlueJeans: features
Livestorm is browser-based, with features accessible on any device. BlueJeans is an online platform and can be accessed in a browser or downloaded for a better experience. Some features are only available by download.
Both BlueJeans and Livestorm have promotional features that stand out, such as customizable registration pages and forms. However, BlueJeans doesn't have advanced customization options like modifiable email sequences or built-in social sharing – key elements for Livestorm.
A popular feature for Livestorm is the question live answer, something missing from BlueJeans. Both BlueJeans and Livestorm have Q&A, chat, and polls. BlueJeans does have breakout sessions, but they don't have emoji reactions across all products.
On an organizational front, both Livestorm and BlueJeans have analytics. On BlueJeans, you can assign tasks during meetings and follow up with automated email reminders. Livestorm's dashboard gives you a complete overview of your strategy at a glance.
Livestorm vs BlueJeans: integrations
Livestorm integrates with popular marketing automation platforms like Webhooks, Pardot, and HubSpot, among other tools. BlueJeans has native integrations with tools such as Facebook Live and Marketo.
With Livestorm's public API, users can leverage the data of their events to automate processes between their favorite platforms. BlueJeans Meetings, Events, and Rooms have a REST API that lets users manage user accounts, meetings, and recordings and more.
Both BlueJeans and Livestorm have an SDK. Livestorm's Plugin SDK makes it easy for anyone to build plugins. BlueJeans has a Client SDK and an Embed SDK. There is also a Native Mobile SDK that enables iOS or Android apps to integrate with BlueJeans.
Livestorm has extensive documentation for their API in a developers portal and hosts all integrations and Livestorm Plugins in an App Marketplace. BlueJeans integrations are not listed in an online marketplace, instead they are hosted in developer portals and on some website footers.
Livestorm vs BlueJeans: pricing
Livestorm starter is a free plan allowing users to test all of the features available in paid plans and host an unlimited number of events. Unfortunately, BlueJeans does not offer a free version of their plan.
Livestorm keeps it simple with the Premium plan at $99 a month. Included are all the functions needed to host great webinars, online meetings, and virtual events. BlueJeans splits its plans between Virtual Meeting and Events/Webinar use cases, making customers choose between them.
Livestorm Premium has unlimited events, moderators, and registrants. Meetings can include up to 16 people. BlueJean's offers a Microsoft Gateway plan at $113,88 per room with a limit of up to 19 rooms. You can upgrade Microsoft Gateway to support more rooms for additional costs.
Livestorm's Enterprise plan starts at five or more hosts and is adaptable to the needs of any business, including a 3,000 live attendee add-on. You can upgrade BlueJeans to 50,000 view-only attendees only after contacting sales.