Google Meet, Zoom, Microsoft Meet, and other web conferencing tools excel in video calling, business meetings, and online discussions, but they lack the comprehensive feature set found in virtual classrooms. Virtual classrooms offer tailored features like interactive whiteboards, real-time annotation, polling, and video playback. They also provide built-in tools for file sharing, surveys, and chats, eliminating the need for third-party plugins. Unlike web conferencing tools, virtual classrooms address the drawback of a missing whiteboard feature, sparing users the trouble of installing additional plugins. By opting for a dedicated virtual classroom platform, you gain access to a seamless and comprehensive learning experience with all the necessary tools readily available, without the hassle of additional plugins or workarounds.