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

It's available on iPhone, Android, and web (with a desktop app coming soon).

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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 you're part of — your family, your sorority, your podcast listeners, your brand's ambassadors, your support group, a topic you're interested in, 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 interact in different ways, all in one app.

There are 5 types of rooms you can use to build out your home: chat rooms, post rooms, audio rooms, video rooms, and broadcast rooms. You can have as many rooms in your home as you want.

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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.

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