Daily.co is a new approach to video calling – simpler, and more personalized. Let us know what info you think we should add to the below!

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Daily.co is simple, 1-click video calls – on your own domain you name. Like https://your-name.daily.co

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Just use Chrome - that's the only requirement. (Safari, Edge coming later this year.)  

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Daily.co is totally free. No meeting time limits, no seat fees  👊  No vanity link fees.

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🆓  Features include:  50 person calls, dial-in, dual screen shares, name & lock rooms, team dashboard.

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✅  Your URL comes with unlimited custom rooms  🚀  

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How calls work, in 2 easy steps: Share your Daily.co room link. To join, just open that link in Chrome. Simple clicks. No downloads.

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Up to 50 people can be in a call, with video. You can add more than 50 people by utilizing dial-in.

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Set up a team on Daily.co. It's free, easy to set up, and scales effortlessly.  

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You can make a room public, private, or team-only. Public means someone clicks and – immediately – they're in your call. Private means someone has to knock & you have to approve them. (No downloads - but they click to knock.)

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Daily.co is built by our team, previously known as Pluot 👋  It's our new software. We also make Pluot TV hardware. It's easy to use, affordable equipment for for conference rooms & always on video calls. 

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Dial-in is unlimited & free. 📱 You can select different country numbers. Ping us if you'd like a country added.

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Dual screen sharing - 2 different people can screen share at the same time. The first time you screen share, you'll install the Chrome screen share extension. Takes a couple seconds.

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You can mute your cam & mic inside the call.  If you want, you also can block your cam/mic before you join the call. (It's kind of a pain to change that setting, FYI.)

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There's a Chrome audio bug 😕 We apologize. It affects any product like ours that uses Chrome. Quick fix: quit Chrome and rejoin.
 

Need more help? Email help@daily.co anytime. Chat with us M–F, 9am–5pm PST.

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