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What Browsers Does Circles Support?

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Wondering what browsers you can use to access Circles? See below for a list of the four major browsers that you can now join a Circles session with.

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Safari

Microsoft Edge

Don’t have any of our supported browsers on your laptop or computer? Simply go to the links below and download the browser of your choice:

We’ve also prepared some helpful articles to guide you through how to allow microphone and camera permissions in each of these browsers:

For the best experience, we recommend that you are always using the most up-to-date version of your chosen browser and that you turn off any browser extensions that may interfere with your session.

In a world of physical distance, circles facilitate authentic human connection.

In a circle, 3-12 participants contribute equally, share openly, and push each other to act.

We spent years with academics and practitioners, honing best practices and building a technology platform. Our circles have helped scale peer learning, sustain manager and leadership development, move live training online, onboard new employees, support career development, teach collaboration, and build community.

We’ve been grateful for the support and the referrals from our large corporate partners, schools, and communities who have been hiring us to help design, facilitate and manage Circles programs.

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