How to set up your next Jitsi meeting
Select Jitsi in the Meetings mini-app
Select the video icon in your chat interface and pick Jitsi from the available videoconferencing providers.
Configure your meeting
Name your Jitsi meeting room, add a description and attach a meeting note if needed.
Join the Jitsi meeting
Never worry about forgetting your credentials again. With Jitsi you can join a meeting without an account.
Questions & answers
Is the Jitsi integration free?
Access the Jitsi integration for free in every space through the Meetings mini-app. This is perfect for those times when chat, tasks, notes and files just aren't enough.
Do I need to set up Jitsi for every 1:1 and group space?
You don’t have to integrate anything at all! Jitsi operates without accounts, meaning that a meeting link is directly sent into a space when you select Jitsi.
Can I remove the Jitsi integration?
When is Jitsi a good videoconferencing option?
You can use Jitsi when meeting with people who don’t have a Google or Zoom account.
This way they can still connect with youIt can also be a good solution if you’re looking for free or open-source solutions for your meetings.
Can anyone in my space join the Jitsi meeting?
Anyone who is a user in your 1:1 or group space can join the meeting when they click on the automatically created Jitsi link
What is Jitsi?
Jitsi Meet is a free and open-source video conferencing platform that allows people to create virtual meetings.
The platform is simple and does not require any downloads or special software, making it a popular choice for remote teams who want to stay connected without paying fees.
Can I work with any other meeting software to Rock?
Instead of Jitsi you can also access integrations with Zoom, Google Meet and Loom for free on Rock. Access them by clicking on the Meetings mini-app in every space.
Is Jitsi a secure videoconferencing solution?
Jitsi encrypts all of its audio and video traffic on the network using DTLS-SRTP. Learn more about security practices at Jitsi by checking out their dedicated page.