Meetings that matter

In just seconds, you can host free video calls with your team and stay productive. No download needed, it opens right in your web browser.

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Create timestamped notes to easily review your recording.

Your guests can simply join in one click. Share the web page link to invite up to 6 people.

Web Browser Base

Simply start a call from your PC or mobile device. No installation or plug-in required.

Supported browsers:chrome , safari , firefox , opera

Easy invitation

Invite team members and clients by email, Slack or with a link.

Up to 6 people can join each meeting.

Hassle-free recording

Stay engaged in your meetings and enjoy the convenience of video recording.

Limit of 1 hour recording per meeting. Only host can record and make timestamped notes.

Web Browser Base

Simply start a call from your PC or mobile device. No installation or plug-in required.

Supported browsers:chrome , safari , firefox , opera

Easy invitation

Invite team members and clients by email, Slack or with a link.

Up to 6 people can join each meeting.

Hassle-free recording

Stay engaged in your meetings and enjoy the convenience of video recording.

Limit of 1 hour recording per meeting. Only host can record and make timestamped notes.

Full Meeting Recordings

You'll receive a streaming link right after the meeting, including the chat conversations and all your timestamped notes.

Email Delivery

Once your meeting ends, roundee will automatically send a link to the host’s email address.

Cloud Storage

Your video recordings will be available for streaming on our secure and dedicated servers for 2 weeks with the Free Plan.

Download & Share

Download your video recordings in .mp4 or .aac (audio) for free. Share the meeting minutes with the page link.

Slack integration

Starting a roundee.io video conference with Slack is just an easy click away.

slack

/ roundee

Simply use the slash command /roundee in your Slack channel or direct message to start a video meeting. Learn More

Add to slack

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