Get your bearings with all of the information that we’ve available about Webex Calling, whether you're a partner, an administrator, or a user. You can use the links provided here to help you get started using all of the great services and features available with Webex Calling.
Configuration in Control Hub (partners and administrators)
Control Hub is where you provision and configure settings, features, devices, and users in your Webex Calling enabled organization. Make sure that your environment supports Webex Calling by following the prerequisites and port reference material before you start specific configuration steps in the Control Hub. You can use the following information, in the order presented, to get your organization up and running with Webex Calling:
Webex App (users)
Webex App brings everyone together to do exceptional work: One, easy-to-use and secure app to meet, message and make calls. It supports various calling options and we've created several articles to help you make the most out of your calling experience, including how you can set up your own features:
Webex Calling for Chrome (users)
The Webex Calling for Chrome extension provides Google Chrome users with access to a comprehensive suite of enterprise calling features that fits within your Google productivity workflow.
User portal (users)
As a Webex Calling user, you can manage and configure your calling features and settings of your service, such as voicemails, call forwarding, and single number reach, using the Calling User Portal or User Hub. For more information about signing in to your user portal, see Access the user portal for the first time and Access Calling services in User Hub.
Multiplatform phones and devices (users)
Webex Calling further provides an integrated user calling experience with Webex devices, including Cisco IP Phones 6800, 7800, 8800 Series desk phones, Cisco IP Conference Phones 7832 and 8832, Cisco IP DECT 6800 Series, and analog ATAs. The following articles help you with getting up and running on these devices: