XMReality's integration into MS Teams, allows you to share a call link in a chat conversation - to easier start a call.
Why is this useful?
1. One platform
XMReality's integration to Microsoft Teams (MS Teams) allows users to share a Remote Guidance call link via MS Teams chat. By using the Teams-XMReality integration, users can directly share a Remote Guidance Call link via the chat in Teams and do not need to open XMReality separately to share call links. This will reduce the number of clicks and enables XMReality Remote Guidance usage at a larger scale.
2. Solve problems faster with guidance tools
Instead of transferring a Teams Chat into a Teams call, an XMReality call allows you to see exactly what your counterpart see, instead of focusing on each others faces. XMReality also allows you to use guidance features such as pointers, pause and draw, and also use hands overlay gestures.
3. Remote support call through Microsoft Teams with a colleague who does not have XMReality
With XMReality call links, you can invite a colleague that not have an existing XMReality account to join a remote guidance call. Send a call link directly to the colleague that needs assistance, inside Teams using the XMReality integration. When the receiver of the call link simply taps the link, they are immediately taken into the support call. No need for app downloads or user registrations.
Read more here about How to create a call link in MS teams.