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Invites to sign up

Any StarLeaf user can invite others to sign up to StarLeaf. When a co-worker downloads and signs in to the app, they are automatically added as a user to the same organization. If the person who is invited joins StarLeaf using an email address with a domain that StarLeaf does not recognize, StarLeaf will create a new organization for that email domain and automatically assign a Basic host plan.

Windows and macOS

When a persons clicks Add to your team from the Today tab, it provides the option to copy a shareable link or send an email invite to anyone. The email text is prepopulated and contains a unique StarLeaf invite link for that user. The person who is invited receives an email prompting them to download StarLeaf and get started: For advanced information about your organization’s account, go to About StarLeaf app for admins.

iOS and Android

For mobile devices, StarLeaf email invites can be sent from Account > Invite to StarLeaf.

Meeting invites

When a meeting is scheduled, each person receives a meeting invite by email which provides instructions for all the different ways of joining a StarLeaf video meeting:
  • Using StarLeaf app
  • From a web browser
  • Using phone audio and browser video
  • From a meeting room system (StarLeaf, Cisco, Polycom, etc.)
  • From Skype for Business
When you schedule a StarLeaf meeting, anyone can join on the StarLeaf app even if they are not an existing StarLeaf user. For more information, see Guest Join.

Calling from third-party platforms

The email invite also provides people using third-party video conferencing platforms with instructions on how to call you. The instructions cover a range of third-party manufacturers such as Cisco, Tandberg, Poly, Lifesize, Sony, Radvision, Avaya, and Skype for Business. The picture below shows an example of the instructions, for dialing this specific user: