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.

    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.


    Share Recordings & Post Call Transcripts


    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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