Welcome to Control Hub, a single dashboard to manage users, permissions, calling, meetings, messaging, and devices.
We recommend adding users by entering their email addresses, so that they can join Webex Meetings and use Webex App. Encourage them to use the services you provide, and to submit feedback. You can add more users at any time.
We recommend using the latest desktop version of Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Mozilla Firefox to access Control Hub.* Other browsers may produce unexpected results.
Control Hub doesn't support Internet Explorer.
Control Hub isn’t designed for mobile devices.
* Control Hub supports Microsoft Edge Version 79.0.309.71 (Official build) (64-bit) and later.
Use Control Hub to manage your users, services, and devices. After your organization is created, you receive an email to get started using the administrative functions in Control Hub.
Whether you're starting a trial or a paid subscription, click Get Started to set up your admin account and access Control Hub. The email address used for activation is also used to sign in, where you'll be prompted to create your administrator password.
First-time wizard for trials
After you sign in, the setup wizard automatically starts if you're in a trial. After accepting the terms and services agreement, you can set up your Webex services (Meetings, Messaging, and Calling).
Check how Webex adoption is going, and make your environment more secure
After you set up your environment, you can check to see how the adoption of Webex is going. Control Hub can also guide you through making your environment more secure. See set up an organization in Control Hub.
Your Control Hub settings are on the Overview page. You can view licenses across all your services, administer licenses to users, and see notifications to stay updated with new functions.
Configure your network so Webex can access all the necessary traffic. This ensures Webex services are optimized for your users, and makes it easier for you to troubleshoot network issues that may come up.
If Message, Meeting, or Webex Calling is provisioned for your organization, you can configure the settings for each service.
- Go to Services, then select a service.
- Select select Settings, then configure the service.
To configure Webex Calling, see the following guides:
Webex Calling—This service provides cloud-based calling. See the configuration guide for more information.
Calling in Webex App (Unified CM)—This service is a client-based integration between your Unified CM environment and the cloud. See the deployment guide.
See Supported calling options for supported calling features for all Webex-based call services.
To configure a specific Webex Meetings site:
- Go to Services, then select Meeting.
- Select the site to configure, then click Settings and choose the area you want to configure.
Claim users who signed up for Webex with your company's email domain into your organization. This ensures that all of the users in your company are in one organization, so you can manage them and provide them with the Webex services and support needed.
Now that you've set up your services, you can add people from your company directory.
Go to Manage Users., then click
Choose one of the available methods to add users, depending on the number of users you want to add.
You can assign different administrator roles to users in your organization. Users can become full administrators, or a combination of support administrators, user and device administrators, location administrators, device administrators, read-only administrators, or compliance officers. You can also see a list of all or specific administrators in Control Hub, including device administrators and compliance officers.
While you can edit the services for an individual user, it can be more efficient to edit multiple users' services at once using the bulk CSV template.
Go to Manage Users., then click
Select Export and import users with a CSV file, then click Export.
In the downloaded file, add True for the services you want to assign to each of your users.
Webex App uses basic authentication. You can set up SSO so that people only authenticate once.For more information, see Single Sign-On Integration in Control Hub.
In the Authentication section, under Single sign-on & multiple identity providers, click Activate SSO.
Select an identity provider, then click Next.
Select a certificate, then click Download metadata.
Select how to connect your identity provider (IdP) to the Webex cloud by clicking either Upload your IdP's metadata or Fill out the configuration form.
After adding a device, Control Hub generates an activation code that you must enter into your device to link it to Control Hub.
If you have many devices within your organization, you can also search for devices.
Add your logo
- Go to .
- Scroll to Branding, then select Use your own logo.
- Select your logo and click Upload.
You can also configure advanced branding customizations.
To provide support information for your users that will be displayed under Support Options in Webex App:
- Go to Customize support information. , then scroll to
- Enter custom problem reports and help site URLs so your users can submit issues regarding your Webex site.
For more settings, see Org setup.
Use Analytics and Reports in Control Hub to see how your users use your Webex site and services.
- Under Monitoring, select an option:
- Analytics—Interactive data visualizations that show important information, such as usage and adoption trends. Explore data as it automatically adapts to parameters that you specify in real-time. For more information, see Analytics for Your Cloud Collaboration Portfolio.
- Reports—Generate a variety of reports, view or set up scheduled jobs, and use classic reports to view comprehensive statistics for all of a Webex site's services. For more information, see Reports for Your Cloud Collaboration Portfolio.
You can collect baseline data on your organization’s network when using Webex services with the Webex Monitoring Service. The data can help you troubleshoot issues that your users run into, such as identifying if a low-quality meeting is caused by a network problem.
If issues come up with a Webex service, or to check the status of your services, go to.