Introducing Persistence 2.0

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Introducing Persistence 2.0

Resuming a file or web app from where you left off from anywhere online is now possible for all our customers with our latest feature update, Persistence 2.0.

What is Persistence 2.0?

RemoteHQ's Persistence 2.0 enables our remote browser to continuously display a webpage or an application across sessions.

For example, we like to use a meeting notes application for our weekly AMA. With Persistence 2.0, the same meeting notes from last week’s meeting are on the screen for everyone to see. No one needed to download and save the meeting notes file; Nobody had to upload the file before the meeting.

The same file or web page persists between RemoteHQ sessions.

What are the differences between 1.0 and 2.0?

Well, the main differences are:

  1. It’s for all of our customers.
  2. It’s now the default setting
  3. It’s free!

Previously, we reserved persistence as an opt-in feature for our business subscribers only.

What are some ways to use Persistence 2.0?

  1. Never close out a browsing session or an app, if you don’t want to.
  2. Let your colleagues access and browse the same login app experience
  3. Collaborate synchronously or asynchronously
  4. Skip the sign-in windows
  5. Pick up where you left off - no matter what you’re doing

What else should I know about Persistence 2.0?

You can turn persistence on or off. This option was important for our customers with privacy needs. Sometimes, we want to close out an app after a session.

Persistence 2.0 works on mobile and desktop. So no matter where you are, you can open up an app in your remote browser in one device and come back to it on another device.

We’re excited to release this latest version of persistence to our entire customer base. We built it for you. We plan to continue building features and new products that make working remotely and collaboratively better and more fun.

As always, we love to hear your feedback. You can email us at