Please see: https://doc.tiki.org/PluginTogether
Mozilla offers a free to use hosted instance of TogetherJS (Thanks Mozilla!). But in some corporate networks, that site could be blocked.
Openfire Meetings bundles an instance of TogetherJS.
It is also possible to install our own standalone instance of TogetherJS.
A new preference should be added to Tiki to be able to use them.
Since there is some overlap between vanilla TogetherJS and Openfire Meetings (ex.: both have audio), it could be a little messy. Needs some analysis.
works well enough, but some of the features (ex.: WebRTC audio) overlap with