You can lock the room with a password by the padlock icon from the
toolbar. Press it (it's the third button from the left, an open
padlock) and a window to enter your password appears. Then you'll have
a password protected room.
You can also configure an authentication system for your Meet
instance, in this case you'll have users in the xmpp server and only
they can enter the site and create or join rooms.
But the easiest way it the former one above, by the padlock icon and I
guess that's what you were asking.
On Tue, 21 Apr 2015 02:01:33 +0000 Clark, Brian wrote:
I noticed on the default Meet page, it says that “Secure Rooms” are
available. Jitsi Meet conference rooms can be secured with a password.
How do I do this?
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