Firefox Hello Demo in My University

Hi, all

This is Ranodeep, a Mozillian and a first year student of Btech of West Bengal University of Technology,Kolkata,West Bengal India…

Today I introduced Firefox Hello to my classmates and gave a live demo to them…

Everyone was very impressed by the advantages of “Firefox Hello”

 Firefox introduced a cross-platform video chat service called Firefox Hello…

Firefox Hello is so simple that anyone can use it. We just need to click the Hello icon, start a new conversation, and copy-paste the link to anyone whom we want to video chat with. No sign-ups required! This is what made my friends excite the most….

Firefox Hello remembers your conversations and keep those links alive until we delete them, so we can give each chat window a unique name for the people we call often. And yes, we don’t need Firefox to use it, it will work on any web browser that supports WebRTC, like Chrome or Opera….#Firefox Hello Rocks….

After Learning all this everyone was quite excited for trying it live…!!!

I Gave my class a live demo of Firefox Hello…!!!!

The response was just Awesome…..!!!! Everyone….just everyone in my class loved it…!!

The Pictures from the Event..

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Firefox Hello Rocks…!!!!!!!

#Mozilla

Doing Good is a Part of our code… 🙂

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