Aug 17, 2018

Riot is a new workspace for the web that lets teams efficiently collaborate by bringing your conversations and productivity tools together.

Riot (formerly Vector) is an opensource interoperable app running on Web, iOS and Android. It is built around chat rooms, both public and private and provides messaging, filesharing, voice and video conferencing, integrations to tools like GitHub, Jira, Jenkins and much more. Riot is built on the open standard which provides bridges to other systems such as Slack, IRC and a lot more soon. One can use the hosted service or run their own.

Riot makes teamwork through interconnectivity and access a reality. And this elevates collaboration to a completely new level, empowering any team to run the extra mile.

Jul 30, 2018   |  By Web 0.16 is here, and it lands some serious upgrades to core functionality, including: replies, a brand new composer and (at long last) full integration with Jitsi web conferencing!
May 29, 2018   |  By
As many know, we’ve been working on a massive UI/UX refresh for over the last few months; starting with Riot/Web and aiming to make it radically simpler and more intuitive whilst still exposing the full power of Matrix.
May 25, 2018   |  By
The latest has landed on web, desktop, Android and iOS, and the biggest change is support for everybody’s favourite European data protection measures, the General Data Protection Regulation!
May 17, 2018   |  By
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: now supports stickers on web and desktop!
Apr 11, 2018   |  By
After far too long a wait, 0.14 is here (landing in conjunction with Synapse 0.27.3) and it’s a big one!
Mar 15, 2017   |  By
Open, secure and interoperable communication for work and home.
Feb 13, 2017   |  By
Open, secure and interoperable communication for work and home.