Check out episode 651 the VoIP User’s Conference with Jitsi’s Saul Ibarra Corretge and Emil Ivov, for an update on Jitsi’s latest and greatest. And, of course, the call was hosted on Jitsi Meet. Try it yourself on https://meet.jit.si
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Alright Everybody, this is a big one! We have been at it for about 10 months now and we are really, really, really happy to now bring it to you. Adaptivity is all about getting Jitsi Videobridge to adapt to your available bandwidth and only send you as much media as you can afford. This is […]
Speaker Times in Jitsi Meet Ever felt like your standups are taking more time than they should be? Or maybe wondered whether you spoke for longer than you let your peers respond? Well, we certainly did! With the latest Jitsi Meet version (and on https://meet.jit.si) you can now check how long everyone in the meeting has […]
Ever been in a situation where one of your contacts comes through really loudly, while another one is almost silent and you have to constantly play with your volume in order to have a productive call? Well, now you can adjust everyone’s levels independently and not have this issue any more: Try it on […]
New layout for your 1:1s on meet.jit.si In the past people have often been confused about one specific aspect of our user interface: Notice how in both of the above cases there is a black thumbnail representing the remote participant. When confronted to this concept many users found it unsettling and were often asking […]
Yes! Jitsi Meet is now available for Android and iOS!!! Join your Jitsi Meetings from your phone!