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Self-updating list of Session Communities

What is Session?

Session is a private messaging app that protects your meta-data, encrypts your communications, and makes sure your messaging activities leave no digital trail behind.

What does this site do?

Session Communities are public chatrooms accessible from within Session Messenger. This web project crawls known sources of Session Communities, and displays information about them as a static HTML page. See live.

How do I get my Community listed?

Answer: Submit your Community to one of our upstream sources, or better yet, create another page with links to your favorite Communities for more redundancy.

If your Community does not appear on our list:

  • first, confirm it is listed on an upstream source,
  • verify it can be joined from the app, and
  • check in our page footer that the list has been updated recently.

If your Community still does not appear on our list, please contact us. Note that poor connectivity may affect our ability to list Communities in regions affected by internet censorship.

Which sources do you crawl?

Communities displayed come from a variety of sources:


See for information about running the project and contributing code, or languages/ to help add language labels for Communities.


We require that content posted in Communities adheres to the Content Policy laid out in the Session Terms of Service. Additionally, we may consider Communities unsuitable for display if their content is in breach of copyright and/or encourages or instructs drug use. If Communities explicitly accept such content or fail to moderate such content, we may display these Communities only to users who have disabled JavaScript in their browser, or to none at all. For safety reasons, we may also hide Communities intended for testing. We appreciate contact with and the continued vigilance of server operators to prevent any issues from arising that would lead to us de-listing your Community.

De-listing Communities

We occasionally accept requests from server operators to de-list whole Community servers; this only applies in cases where we've previously listed them manually (read above about sources). If you feel our listing would be greatly detrimental to the users of your Communities, such as in cases where your Communities reveal sensitive information about your users, you may contact us to make such a request. Please note that Session Communities are not designed with private communication in mind and we reserve the right not to de-list your Communities in case they have been listed on one of our sources and/or in case you request to de-list only a subset of your Communities.

Contact us

To report issues or make suggestions, file an issue on this repository or visit the Web Development Community on Be sure to include proper reasoning with your suggestion.

In case your issue cannot be resolved publicly, contact gravel on Session as gravel (Registered Session ID).