Geneva is a free, flexible communication app designed for groups, clubs, and communities of all shapes and sizes.

It's available on iPhone, Android, web browser, and a native desktop app for Mac.


How Geneva works

All of the action on Geneva takes place in private or semi-private spaces we call "homes". You can make a home for any group, club, or community — this could be an interest group, your sorority, your podcast listeners, your brand's ambassadors, a support group, a book club, etc. — and easily invite people to join you.

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Just like a house IRL, homes are made up of rooms. This helps keep everything organized and lets your group talk about different topics and interact in different ways, all in one place.

There are 5 types of rooms you can use to build out your home: chat rooms, forum rooms, audio rooms, video rooms, and broadcast rooms and you can have up to 100 rooms in your home.

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The person who creates and has ultimate control over a home is called the homeowner and the people inside the home are called members. There are also ways to give people in the home special powers (see Roles & Permissions).

Inviting people to your home is as easy as sharing a link. For more on invites, see here.