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Blue Jeans Video Conferencing and Content Sharing

What is Blue Jeans?

Blue Jeans* is a multi-party video conferencing and content sharing service. With Blue Jeans, you can meet with up to 25 participants or sites per meeting. Run entirely in the cloud, Blue Jeans works with PC and Macintosh computers, iPhone, iPad, and other devices via a web browser. You can even connect with in-room systems such as Polycom, Tanberg, or Cisco. The service allows you to place video calls to colleagues and collaborators around the globe.

How can Blue Jeans help with my work?

Other universities are using the service to:

Trying Blue Jeans

Getting Started

Getting started with Blue Jeans is easy. You can find informational videos about scheduling meetings, joining meetings, and managing your meetings on the Blue Jeans website. You can also check out their support page, contact Blue Jeans Support online, or call 1-408-791-2830.

Training and Resources

Visit http://bluejeans.com/for/ucberkeley-and-bluejeans to sign up for live training, watch training videos, download guides, and FAQs from an extensive Knowledge Base. If you need department specific training, submit this request form.

Choosing a video conferencing service

Click here for a comparison of Blue Jeans and Ready Talk.

Giving Feedback

Use this form to submit your feedback and suggestions.

Support Questions

For questions or to resolve issues contact CSS-IT support at 510-664-9000, option 1 or use the online form.

More Information

To learn more about Blue Jeans video conferencing and content sharing service, see the Blue Jeans Overview page.


* Blue Jeans is geared toward video conferencing and not intended for audio only use. 

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