You can join Microsoft Teams meetings from your Webex device with Cisco Webex Video Integration for Microsoft Teams or WebRTC. This is set up by your system administrators and depends on the type of Webex device you have.

These features are not available during the meeting:

  • Sharing wirelessly

  • Two-way Whiteboarding

  • One-way Whiteboarding is not available on DX70 and DX80

  • Far end camera control

Join with One Button to Push

One Button to Push is available on devices where the Calendar Service is enabled. When users schedule Microsoft Teams meetings and include Webex devices, a join button appears on the devices right before the meeting begins. Simply tap join to enter the meeting.



Once in the meeting, your Webex device displays the video stream from Microsoft Teams on up to two screens (with the layouts: equal, overlay, prominent, active speaker) and the call controls. The participant list is available, indicating who is muted. The recording indicator appears on screen when the meeting is recorded.

When a presentation is shared, your device displays the presentation. The content shared on screen is not interactive.

Join by Dialing into the Meeting

When Cisco Webex Video Integration for Microsoft Teams is enabled, the email invitation includes the call-in information to join with a video conferencing device.

Follow the instructions at the bottom of your email invite – either by dialing in the SIP video address that includes the VTC conference ID, or by entering the shorter SIP video address. After dialing in the shorter SIP video address, you’ll be able to enter the VTC conference ID on your device and join the meeting.



Once in the meeting, your Webex device displays the video stream from Microsoft Teams on up to two screens (with the layouts: equal, overlay, prominent, active speaker) and the call controls. The participant list is available, indicating who is muted. The recording indicator appears on screen when the meeting is recoreded.

When a presentation is shared, your device displays the presentation. The content shared on screen is not interactive.