Scheduling and joining meetings using One-Touch Join

You can use One-Touch Join to join meetings via the videoconferencing endpoints in your meeting rooms, or via your own personal endpoints.

Using One-Touch Join in meeting rooms

When the One-Touch Join feature is enabled for meeting rooms in your environment, you don't need to do anything special in order to use it — everything happens automatically:

  1. You or the meeting organizer creates a meeting invitation in Outlook, Google calendar, or via the Teams client in the usual way. This includes any invitations that are created by using add-in buttons, for example for Pexip scheduled meetings or for Webex.
  2. Add the meeting room to the invitation as a room resource.
  3. Each endpoint in each meeting room displays a list of scheduled meetings for that room. When a meeting is due to start, the endpoint in the room will show a Join or Join meeting button.
  4. When you are ready to join the meeting, just press the Join button. The endpoint will dial into the meeting.

Using One-Touch Join with your personal endpoint

If you have a personal videoconferencing endpoint that supports One-Touch Join, you may be able to link this with your own calendar, so that you can use OTJ on the endpoint to join any meetings to which you are invited. This depends on your organization's policies and network, so you'll need to contact your system administrator to see if this is possible.