[jitsi-users] videobridge scheduling


#1

Hello. I was wondering if the jitsi videobridge server can be used to
schedule a conference between 2 or more clients, and dial out to them (with
the clients set to auto-answer of course) as a way of scheduling meetings.

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#2

Hi Aaron,

We don’t have such functionality. Given that conferences happen on a web environment, you can use any calendaring application to “schedule” your meeting, by adding a meeting URL to the event. The calendaring application will warn you about the meeting, together with the link on how to join. That’s mainly how we use it over here.

Cheers,

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On Feb 16, 2017, at 23:15, Aaron Dalla-Longa <aaron@shortgrass.ca> wrote:

Hello. I was wondering if the jitsi videobridge server can be used to schedule a conference between 2 or more clients, and dial out to them (with the clients set to auto-answer of course) as a way of scheduling meetings.

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Saúl


#3

Okay. Besides a web environment, is there a jitsi client available for
end-point users or does it need to be over web browser?

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On Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 1:26 AM, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé < scorretge@atlassian.com> wrote:

> On Feb 16, 2017, at 23:15, Aaron Dalla-Longa <aaron@shortgrass.ca> > wrote:
>
> Hello. I was wondering if the jitsi videobridge server can be used to
schedule a conference between 2 or more clients, and dial out to them (with
the clients set to auto-answer of course) as a way of scheduling meetings.
>

Hi Aaron,

We don’t have such functionality. Given that conferences happen on a web
environment, you can use any calendaring application to “schedule” your
meeting, by adding a meeting URL to the event. The calendaring application
will warn you about the meeting, together with the link on how to join.
That’s mainly how we use it over here.

Cheers,

--
Saúl

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#4

Okay. Besides a web environment, is there a jitsi client available for end-point users or does it need to be over web browser?

We do have a Jitsi Meet application on the App and Play stores. They support universal links, so if you open a link pointing to meet.jit.si <http://meet.jit.si/> the app will open, you can do this from a calendar application, for example.

The next update will contain support for the “org.jitsi.meet://“ custom URL scheme, so you can create links pointing to your own deployment.

Cheers,

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On Mar 6, 2017, at 16:20, Aaron Dalla-Longa <aaron@shortgrass.ca> wrote:

On Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 1:26 AM, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <scorretge@atlassian.com <mailto:scorretge@atlassian.com>> wrote:

> On Feb 16, 2017, at 23:15, Aaron Dalla-Longa <aaron@shortgrass.ca <mailto:aaron@shortgrass.ca>> wrote:
>
> Hello. I was wondering if the jitsi videobridge server can be used to schedule a conference between 2 or more clients, and dial out to them (with the clients set to auto-answer of course) as a way of scheduling meetings.
>

Hi Aaron,

We don’t have such functionality. Given that conferences happen on a web environment, you can use any calendaring application to “schedule” your meeting, by adding a meeting URL to the event. The calendaring application will warn you about the meeting, together with the link on how to join. That’s mainly how we use it over here.

Cheers,

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