Dimdim marks a milestone

Dimdim, the free online screen-sharing/chat service is opening its beta today.  If you couldn’t get in before, you should be able to shortly.

Also, everyone that was already in the beta will be upgraded to a "Pro" account as a way and thanks.  Cool!

Since we launched our private beta program in September, Dimdim has been used in 165 countries by over 350,000 people.  And thanks to your feedback we have upgraded our service to provide better screen sharing, dramatically enhanced our video and audio chat and introduced the MyDimdim meeting portal where you can host, schedule and search your meetings.
We thought you would like to know that tomorrow, April 10, we will open our Dimdim public beta to the rest of the world.  Now anyone will be able to host their own Dimdim Web Meetings for free. We hope you will tell everyone you know that Dimdim – the easy, open, and affordable web meeting – is now available for free at Dimdim.com.
To thank you for helping us achieve this milestone, every private beta tester receiving this email will have their account upgraded to the same feature set as Dimdim Pro.  You will be able to host meetings with up to 20 people, customize your meeting room with your own logo, and more.  This is just our way of thanking you for helping us make Dimdim even better.

We have more exciting features coming, including recording and archiving, Mac and Linux screen sharing, and cool meeting widgets. So stay tuned and thank you again for telling everyone about Dimdim.


  1. Thanks for the post, Rob and for sharing Dimdim with the world. We’re excited to mark this milestone. More exciting things ahead!