BlueJeans Virtual Meetings

Virtual Meetings is a cloud-based cross platform video conferencing service that makes it easy to collaborate with your colleagues. Powered by BlueJeans, Virtual Meetings can be started and joined via a PC, Mac, smartphone, or regular landline (audio only). Each meeting can accommodate up to 200 participants and supports recording of the meeting and screen/media sharing. 

All Annenberg students, faculty, and staff have access to Virtual Meetings.

Accessing Virtual Meetings

  1. Go to (You need to have an email address listed in the Penn Directory--see the Registration section below for more information.)
  2. Click Login
  3. Type in your Pennkey username and password.

Scheduling a Virtual Meeting

  1. Log in to Virtual Meetings ( )
  2. Click the Schedule Meeting button.
  3. Enter a title for your meeting in Meeting Title
  4. Enter Date and Time.
  5. Type in the email addresses of your meeting participants.
  6. Click the Schedule button.

Virtual Meetings FAQ

Do I need to have an account to participate in a Virtual Meeting?

No, you do not need an account to participate in a meeting. You do need to log in with your Pennkey to schedule or moderate a meeting.

How many participants can be in one meeting?

You can have up to 200 participants in one meeting.

What are the system requirements for using the Virtual Meeting service?

Windows 10, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.10+, Android Devices, and iOS devices.

How can I find more information for how to use the Virtual Meeting service (Bluejeans)?

You can find a user guide that contain information for how to use this service at

Can I set up an International virtual meeting? 

There are a number of international numbers available (see for attendees who want to phone into your meeting.

Can I use Google Chrome?

Google Chrome will work with BlueJeans but requires an extension for some of the features. For more information, see 

How can I fix audio/video problems with a call?

For problems with the video quality, try exiting and re-entering the meeting.  (Check to see whether you accidently have the mute setting turned on.)  For problems with audio, review Bluejean's audio troubleshooting tips.


For additional help and support contact You may also want to check out the Knowledge Base or contact Blue Jeans support directly.