Browser Click-to-Call links

Integrating
StarLeaf allows browser-based video calling. You can create links that, when clicked, cause a browser-based video call to be initiated. These links are URLs. To create the correct URL, you … Continued

Azure Active Directory

Integrating Microsoft
Organizations that use Azure Active Directory user provisioning (Azure AD) for user management can integrate it with their StarLeaf account. Azure AD integration is included in a StarLeaf Business or … Continued

About meetings

Using StarLeaf room systems
There are four types of meeting that you can join using StarLeaf: Scheduled Meet now Ad hoc Permanent Scheduled meetings You can set up a meeting to start at a … Continued

Responses

Integrating Cloud Endpoint Control API
Response body All response bodies contain text of type application/json encoded in UTF-8. For requests with nontrivial responses, this is a JSON object encoding the requested detail. For requests that … Continued

Authentication using authentication header method

Integrating Cloud API
The client authenticates with the StarLeaf platform as an ‘integration’. The ‘integration’ behaves like a ‘user’ and can have administrator access to an organization or not. If you develop a … Continued

About permissions

Using Account and licenses
StarLeaf uses the camera, microphone, and screen recording functionality of your device. For voice and video calls, you must allow StarLeaf to have access to your camera and microphone. On … Continued

Live streaming to external platform

Using Recording and streaming
A live stream is a broadcast of a StarLeaf meeting on a third-party platform such as YouTube or Vimeo. Live streaming is useful if you want allow a wide audience … Continued

Click-to-Call

Using
Expand/Collapse A person who wants to join a StarLeaf meeting (and who does not have their own video equipment) can use Click-to-Call to join the meeting. To learn more about … Continued

Actions

Integrating Cloud Endpoint Control API
Actions are initiated by requests to the path /action. The argument action is used to determine which action will be run. Call control Making a call The action dial calls … Continued