What you see is What I see:
A free technique to bring remote help.
Please note that some of the editing
(like the way some text might be displayed)
is done with accessibility in mind.
This website explains how to bring remote assistance to individuals
who are uncomfortable with technology,
with a “What you see Is What I see” service
that requires for the individual being helped
to have access to a smartphone using Android as an operating system
and on this list of supported devices.
The software used, developed by Teamviewer,
is free for personal, non-commercial use (as of 05/17/20).
“Remote Assistance for People Uncomfortable with Technology”
gives a general overview of the service.
The page “Starting a Remote Assistance Session from a Computer”
gives an illustration of the service.
I developed this service to help my mom who lives overseas and thought that could be of help for others.
If you feel like doing so, you can donate for this work. Jean-Louis.
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