LibreOffice Conference 2021: How-to for participants

The online LibreOffice Conference 2021 starts tomorrow! Here’s how to take part…


The schedule of the conference is available from here. Time zone is on the upper left: depending on your system settings, it usually is Europe/Berlin time (UTC+2).

There is an app available too – downloads from here:


Talks will be streamed on the website and on YouTube.…

LibOCon Sponsor Interviews

LibreOffice Conference 2021, although virtual, could not happen without the support of sponsors, which are – in order of confirmation – the following five companies: Collabora, allotropia, LPI, Omnis Cloud and CarboneIO.






In 2021, we offered the two largest sponsors – Collabora and allotropia – the opportunity of providing their opinions about the office suite market segment and situation during an interview, which we have organized, produced and edited in-house using only free software (Jitsi to manage the interview, HandBrake to convert to MP4, VidCutter to trim the video, and ShotCut to add the intro and correct the audio).…

LibreOffice 2021 Schedule Mobile App

The LibreOffice 2021 Schedule Mobile App is immediately available on Google Play and F-Droid. From the F-Droid page is also possible to download the APK, although by installing that way you will not receive update notifications.

The mobile app, for Android smartphones and tablets, shows the conference schedule: by swiping right and left, the user can switch between the three rooms, while a drop down menu allows to chose one of the three days.…

LibreOffice 7.2.1 Community available for download

Berlin, September 16, 2021 – LibreOffice 7.2.1 Community, the first minor release of the LibreOffice 7.2 family targeted at technology enthusiasts and power users, is available for download from This version includes 87 bug fixes and improvements to document compatibility.

For enterprise-class deployments, TDF strongly recommends the LibreOffice Enterprise family of applications from ecosystem partners, with long-term support options, professional assistance, custom features and Service Level Agreements:

Czech translation of Impress Guide 7.0 is here!

Zdeněk Crhonek from the Czech LibreOffice community writes:

The Czech team has finished translating the Impress Guide 7.0. As usual, it was a team effort, namely:

Translations by Zdeněk Crhonek, Radomír Strnad, Petr Kuběj, Vendula Crhonková; text corrections Petr Valach, Ludmila Klatovská, Martin Kasper, Marcela Tomešová; localized pictures Roman Roman; and technical support from Miloš Šrámek.

LibreOffice Getting Started Guide 7.2

The LibreOffice Documentation Team is happy to announce the LibreOffice Getting Started Guide 7.2, covering the latest innovations of the best open source office suite. The new guide is an effort of many volunteers and among them, Jean Hollis Weber, Kees Kriek, Peter Schofield, Vasudev Narayanan, Rafael Lima and Mitchell Camfield.