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Firefox Hello - make and receive calls without an account

Firefox Hello's Guest Mode lets you make free video and voice calls directly from the browser - no account needed! All you need are a microphone, webcam (optional), and the latest version of Firefox to call friends who are on WebRTC-supported browsers like Firefox, Chrome, or Opera.

Contact lists: While you don't need an account to use Firefox Hello, a Firefox Account will let you add, manage and call your contacts directly with just a click. See Create and manage your contacts list on Firefox Hello for more information.

Invite someone to talk

  1. Click on the Hello button hello button .
    (Tip: Move the Hello button to your toolbar. For more information, see Where is the Firefox Hello button?)
  2. Click the Email button to send the link to a friend using your default email application, or click Copy and paste the link into another messaging application.
  3. When your friend clicks on the link to start a call, a notification will pop up on your browser:
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  4. Click the answer 35 button to accept the conversation. Choose the video camera option if you'd like to do a video conversation, or the microphone option for a voice only call.
  5. Use the privacy controls webrtc privacy to mute your microphone or turn off your camera as needed.
  6. To end the call, click call end .

Control your notifications

If you're not ready to receive a call, click on the status menu at the bottom of the window and set it to Do Not Disturb to stop all call notifications.

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Dec 4, 2014

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