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Author: Emil Ivov

End-to-end Encryption Beyond Buzzwords

Trying to navigate the complexities of privacy protection and end-to-end encryption for real-time comms? This talk from Jitsi founder Emil Ivov will help clarify things!

This is what end-to-end encryption should look like!

Work in Progress! Some of the people watching our repos have been asking us what the deal was with this little new HIPS project (which by the way stands for Hidden In Plain Sight). Well, […]

Jitsi Meet Security & Privacy

Jitsi Meet Security & Privacy For us Fellow Jitsters, developing a platform our users can rely on is the most important thing. That means, amongst other things, we are very mindful of the security and […]

Jitsi + Solaborate HELLO 2

So, here’s something cool: Solaborate just announced support for Jitsi Meet in their HELLO 2 camera. Check out the demo, it looks pretty slick: Happy to announce that Jitsi Meet now works with HELLO 2. […]

Communications Transformed: A Jitsi Episode

On this episode of the Communications Transformed podcast, Randy chats to Emil Ivov, Jitsi’s Founder and Project Lead. Emil talks about how Jitsi got started and how open source has been the cornerstone of our […]

WebRTC vs. Zoom – A Simple Congestion Test

If you have already come across Zoom, then you’ve probably heard them make bold claims about their technology like this one for example: Jitsi founder Emil Ivov recently mentioned in an interview that, in spite of their repeated claims, […]

New video explains geographical cascading

We announced our new geographical bridge cascading feature that helps to scale Jitsi Meet instances while minimizing latency between your conference participants. We have had a lot of questions on how this works, so Boris […]

Jitsi Meet, now with geographical bridge cascading

Real-time communication is a tricky business, and large scale video conferencing is especially so. There are many things that can be done to improve user experience but they get harder and harder as you go through […]

Use Jitsi with Slack Today!

World’s most powerful open video conferencing platform now also available for Slack! Enable Jitsi for your team today https://jitsi.org/slack

Seen the news?

Hey all, we’ve been having plenty of questions so quick update: the recent news you have seen about Atlassian does not affect Jitsi. We are keeping course! So, have a great day everyone!

We have a new Community Forum!

Jitsi has a new Community Forum. Check it out at community.jitsi.org! This was way past due Previously we handled most of our community discussions via our Users and Dev mailing lists, which were originally setup […]

The Atlassian Acquisition – 3 years later

It has been 3 years Atlassian became Jitsi’s new home! To help give us an objective view on our accomplishments and where we are going next, we asked Chad Hart of webrtcHacks to do a […]

Jitsi Meet Simplified!

Did you ever think that all the features in Jitsi Meet kind of made you work too hard in order to find what you were really looking for? Was it in the side toolbar? Or […]

Help us with our Jitsi User Survey!

Calling out to all Jitsi users and aficionados! Please take a minute to make Jitsi better by answering 9 quick questions on our user survey: Help us improve the Jitsi community with your feedback. The […]

Hello GSoC 2018! Here we come!

It is happening! Again! Our friends at Google Summer of Code have graciously accepted us as a participant in the 2018 edition of the program! Dear students, all over the world, this is probably one […]

meet.jit.si now fully available over IPv6

This would have been hard to believe a few years ago but, today, there are a number of cases where one could find themselves in an IPv6-only network. For example, accessing the Internet from some […]

Jitsi Meet mobile now supports authentication!

A good number of you have been setting up Jitsi Meet with authentication regardless of the fact that merely making sense of our tutorial on the subject is a notable act of heroism (anyone interested in […]

P2P4121

If you are wondering, we use this for: “Peer-to-peer for 1 to 1″. It does what it says: every time there are only two participants in a call, instead of using Jitsi Videobridge, Jitsi Meet […]

Audio Only Mode in Jitsi Meet

Audio Only Mode in Jitsi Meet We often hear from our users that they’d like to have a low bandwidth mode. This is sometimes because they are on expensive satellite links that charge by the […]

Telephony Support on meet.jit.si

Yes! You heard, or rather, read that right . You can now call into meet.jit.si conferences. Just head out to your Jitsi Meet Contact List, then click on “Share the link” and use the telephone numbers and […]

Jitsi on the VUC

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 […]

Adaptivity

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 […]

Speaker Times in Jitsi Meet

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! […]

Control the Volume for Every Meet Participant

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 […]

New Layouts in Jitsi Meet

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 […]