Microsoft Teams + Dialpad Meetings
    • 30 May 2023
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    Article Summary

    With the Dialpad Meetings integration for Microsoft Teams, you can create a new meeting link to hop on an audio call, video call, or screen share in 1:1 chats or in group channels.

    With the integration you can: 

    • Launch a Dialpad Meetings   
    • Join a Dialpad Meetings 
    • Share a link to audio recording
    • Share a post-call transcript (requires Dialpad Meetings Business)

    Let's take a look at this integration.

    Install the Integration

    Visit the AppSource App store and search for Dialpad Meetings.

    Prerequisite:
    You must have an existing Dialpad Meetings account and an existing Teams account.

    Supported Team Commands

    The Dialpad Meetings + Microsoft Teams Integration supports a variety of commands:

    @uberconference start [title]

    Starts a meeting using your personal room with the title provided.

    @uberconference join [username]

    Starts a meeting using the specified user's room.

    @uberconference help

    Provides a list of supported commands.

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    Share Recordings & Post Call Transcripts

    Recording

    If your recording settings are set to “anyone with the link can access”, a link to the recording will automatically be provided post-meeting in the Teams message or channel Dialpad Meetings was initiated from.

    Recording access can be managed here.

    Post-Call Transcript

    As part of our Dialpad Ai feature, Dialpad Meetings Business users can share a link to the post-call summary, which includes a transcript and meeting highlights.

    After the Dialpad Meetings call has ended, and if Ai was turned on during the meeting, the organizer will get a prompt from Teams asking if they would like to share the summary. If the meeting organizer selects to share the summary, a link to access it will be shared in the Team message or channel Dialpad Meetings was initiated from.

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