While Working from Home, US Adults Rely on Email and Video Conferencing

The coronavirus pandemic is changing the way US adults communicate, as they shelter in place and work from home. For the most part, US adults are relying on email to correspond with coworkers during the outbreak, according to a recent survey from CivicScience.

Video calling, through apps like Zoom and Google Hangouts, was just as popular, with one in five respondents saying they are using it. Traditional audio-conferencing, however, was less common, with just 7% of US adults saying they are using it during the outbreak.  

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