Start a web meeting (including video, audio, and chat) with your friends and right in your browser!
What is Web Meeting?
Web Meeting is a Firefox add-on that enables you to easily make meetings (including video & audio conference with chat) in your browser. Simply write a nickname, choose a meeting name and password, and join or create a meeting. It uses WebSocket and WebRTC servers for communication between peers.
Web Meeting add-on enables you to easily make meetings (including video & audio conference with chat) in your browser.
Simply write a nickname, choose a meeting name and password, and then click on the join button to create or join a meeting. If a meeting with the given name already exists, you will be joined to the existing meeting, otherwise, a new meeting room will be created with the given name. Anyone with this username and password can join the created meeting.
You can change the interface template via the template button on the left toolbar. There is also a toggle button to connect or disconnect the app from the WebSocket server.
Note: this extension uses WebSocket (wss://) and WebRTC (stun:stun) servers for communication between peers in the meeting. Please read this page to get more info.
If you have a feature request or found a bug to report, please fill the bug report form on the addon's homepage.
Web Meeting is safe to use. It does not request any sensitive permissions.
Web Meeting has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.