Async vs Sync Communication

We can divide communication into two channels: Synchronous (Sync) - all parties are actively taking part in the conversation right now. For example, physical meetings or a video call Asynchronous (Async) - one party writes or records a message and has to wait for responses for an indefinite amount of time. For example, sending an email or posting on a discussion board. Conversations on sync channels are usually recorded only in the heads of the participants where async channels are a more permanent medium. [Read More]