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Jitsi Meet

Jitsi Meet is a set of Open Source projects which empower users to use and deploy video conferencing platforms with state-of-the-art video quality and features.

Amongst others here are the main features Jitsi Meet offers:

And many more!

Using Jitsi Meet

Using Jitsi Meet is straightforward, as it's browser based. Head over to meet.jit.si and give it a try. It's anonymous, scalable and free to use. All browsers are supported!

Using mobile? No problem, you can either use your mobile web browser or our fully-featured mobile apps:

Android Android (F-Droid) iOS

If you are feeling adventurous and want to get an early scoop of the features as they are being developed you can also sign up for our open beta testing here:

Running your own instance

If you'd like to run your own Jitsi Meet installation head over to the handbook to get started.

We provide Debian packages and a comprehensive Docker setup to make deployments as simple as possible. Advanced users also have the possibility of building all the components from source.

You can check the latest releases here.

Jitsi as a Service

If you like the branding capabilities of running your own instance but you'd like to avoid dealing with the complexity of monitoring, scaling and updates, JaaS might be for you.

8x8 Jitsi as a Service (JaaS) is an enterprise-ready video meeting platform that allows developers, organizations and businesses to easily build and deploy video solutions. With Jitsi as a Service we now give you all the power of Jitsi running on our global platform so you can focus on building secure and branded video experiences.


All the Jitsi Meet documentation is available in the handbook.


For a comprehensive description of all Jitsi Meet's security aspects, please check this link.

For a detailed description of Jitsi Meet's End-to-End Encryption (E2EE) implementation, please check this link.

For information on reporting security vulnerabilities in Jitsi Meet, see SECURITY.md.


If you are looking to contribute to Jitsi Meet, first of all, thank you! Please see our guidelines for contributing.