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LAN Messenger: Share Your Files With Multiple Users In No Time


LAN messenger, an intranet chat application, enhances the world of internal workplace communication, connecting employees quickly, safely, and efficiently, even when some of them are not at their desks. Unlike the widely used online messengers or email susceptible to external unauthorized access or virus attacks, LAN messenger will effectively safeguard sensitive correspondence. All messages exchanged within your local network will be encrypted and never accessed from elsewhere, which  resolves a fundamental issue in the workplace today – data protection. This software is in many respects superior to ordinary email systems, requiring no server and offering a range of widely useful features. These include group chat rooms, PC-to-PC messaging, and drag-and-drop file transfer, to name just a few. With LAN messenger installed, you may send out notifications to individual colleagues or staff groups, and exchange files and folders with colleagues smoothly and in no time. Moreover, this system includes so-called “broadcast messaging”, allowing users to send the files out to several contacts at once. Let’s look at ways this feature may be accessed.

What broadcast file transfer is

Broadcast file transfer means that a file or folder is sent out to multiple users at the same time. It is a recently added LAN messenger feature, which was first introduced in the summer of 2018. This innovation has made it possible for users to make such transfers, in addition to receiving them. Within your local network, broadcast file transfer may be done in two ways – via group conversations or broadcast messages.

Using broadcast messages

Here, start by selecting the contact group that you wish to share your files with. Files or even folders from your PC are attached quickly and easily. Simply drag and drop them onto the message window, enter your text and hit “send”. Before your message is sent, you may always manage the exact list of recipients by using a special panel in the opening window. With broadcast file transfer, you may attach as many files and folders as you wish, and the progress of your transfer may be monitored in the same window. Once all the files have been sent, it will close automatically. Alternatively, you may close the window and leave the transfer running in the background.

Using group conversations

Start by selecting the first user and invite others to join your conversation. Next, just like with files in broadcast messages, drag and drop them onto the opening window. Once it is done, all the members of your conversation will receive your transfer immediately.

Thus, as you may see, broadcast file transfer is an important new feature that saves users’ time by allowing files to be shared with multiple people in a matter of seconds. However, it is just one of the benefits of LAN messaging systems. Hassle-free and easy to use, they offer numerous other advantages. By accelerating and streamlining internal correspondence while protecting sensitive data, LAN messengers bring vast improvements to staff communication overall.