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How to Test the Strength of your Internet Connection

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At Circles we always recommend connecting to your session with a strong internet connection. Not sure if your network speed is up to the task? Read on to see how you can test your connection to ensure the best experience possible when using Circles.

How to Use WebRTC to Test Connectivity

To make sure the video experience runs smoothly, here is a great tool for checking your connectivity (including packets lost), camera and microphone – it tests the core browser and user, and is separate from our video providers (so any potential problem can be identified individually):

How to Test Speed

If you’d like to know how quick your internet connection is, we recommend using, an easy to use tool that will tell you your network speed in Mbps.

Permissions Issues

A common issue you may encounter is permissions in your browser. To find out how to give permissions for each of our supported browsers, click on the below links:

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