StarLeaf for Microsoft Teams beta program
StarLeaf for Teams delivers seamless integration between Teams instant messaging and the audio and video meeting experience of StarLeaf.
Select a topic below to learn more about using and installing Starleaf for Teams.
The StarLeaf for Microsoft Teams integration can be installed on individual teams in your client. When StarLeaf for Teams is installed on a team, you can type the command ‘@StarLeaf ‘ in a team channel. This creates a StarLeaf meeting and everyone in the channel receives a message which contains information on the different ways to join the meeting, for example, with the StarLeaf app, from a StarLeaf room system, with Skype for Business, or on a telephone.
Each Teams channel has an associated permanent StarLeaf meeting. This ensures that, where there is more than one channel, participants join the correct meeting and this operates as a permanent space for collaboration.
Follow the instructions below to Obtain a StarLeaf access token for your Team and Enable StarLeaf for Teams in your Microsoft Teams client.
To install StarLeaf for Teams, you must have permission to add and remove apps in your Team. If you do not, ask your admin to install StarLeaf for Teams for you.
- In the Portal, go to Integrations > Add integration.
- Under Type, select StarLeaf for Microsoft Teams.
- Select Apply.
- Take note of the access token that is generated.
In Microsoft Teams, each separate Team requires an individual StarLeaf access token when setting up the StarLeaf integration.
- Log in to your Microsoft Teams client.
- Select the more options icon (three dots) beside the team that you want to add the integration to.
- Select Manage team.
- Go to the Apps tab and select Upload a custom app from the bottom-right corner of the screen.
- In your File Explorer or Finder, navigate to the downloaded StarLeaf for Teams zip file that you downloaded in Step 1 and select the file. StarLeaf for Teams appears in the list of apps in your MS Teams client.
- Go to the team’s General channel. The StarLeaf bot automatically posts a message into this channel.
- Double-click the StarLeaf for Teams bot icon to start a private conversation.
- Type help into the message field and select send.
- Type setup <access token> as shown below and select send.
- Go back to the team channel and type ‘@StarLeaf ‘. (Do not copy and paste. You must type this out fully in the message field).
This command creates a StarLeaf meeting and posts the joining information in the channel for all participants to see.