Jitsi is a collection of free and open-source multiplatform voice, videoconferencing and instant messaging applications for the web platform, Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android.
Nexudus connects to Jitsi in two ways:
Always-on Virtual Rooms enable your customers to quickly jump into a meeting without having to install any additional software. The virtual rooms are always ready to accept participants.
You can create any number of rooms and make those available to different types of customers as well as automatically provide a private room to each of your teams and even individual customers.
Enabling this option will generate a unique link along with each booking confirmation for each of your rooms. This link will be provided to the customer booking a room as well as to every guest or visitor who is invited as part of that booking.
To start using any of the functions described above, you must enable Jitsi in your account as a Nexudus Administrator.
If the side menu is not visible, click .
In the side menu, click Settings.
Under the Apps and integrations section, click Integrations.
Scroll down to Video Conferencing and click Jitsi.
There a three settings you want to be familiar with:
Include a video conference link in all booking confirmation emails. Enable this option if you would like to generate a unique video conference link and send that link as part of the confirmation email for each booking sent to customers and guests.
Enable Always-On Video Rooms. Enable this option to display the Virtual Rooms link in the Community section of your website so customers can access the Virtual Rooms you may have created. You must enable this option also if you just want customers to have access to their own private team Virtual Room.
Enable Always-On team Video Rooms: enable this option if you want to automatically provide a Virtual Room for each of the teams a customer is part of.
If you opened your Nexudus account before the 5th of March 2020, you will need to update the files below in your templates.
You can update these files from the template editor.
If you have modified the file above, the following patch files can be useful to know the changes we made to each of these files.