If your site administrator has enabled meeting disclaimers for your Webex site, you must accept the disclaimer that appears before the meeting in order to connect.

Support for iOS 14

The new iOS 14 operating system will officially be supported in the 40.9 update.

Start a Scheduled Meeting

After opening and signing in to the Webex Meetings app, you can:

  • Swipe left to My Meetings and tap Start on the meeting entry

  • Use Siri voice commands to start scheduled Webex meetings


Alternate hosts can't start a meeting from the mobile app.

Start an Instant Meeting

You can start an instant meeting by opening the Webex Meetings app and tapping Start Meeting.

Join a Meeting

You can join a Webex meeting from your iOS device in any of the following ways:

  • Sign in to your Webex account and:

    • Swipe left to My Meetings and tap Join on the meeting entry

    • Tap Join Meeting, enter the meeting number, Personal Room URL, or host's username, and then tap Join

  • Without a Webex account, open the Webex Meetings app and tap Join Meeting. Enter the meeting number or host's Personal Room URL, enter your name and email, and then tap Join.

  • From your iOS search, search for your own or recently joined Personal Rooms. Tap the meeting from the search results to join.

  • From your iOS calendar, tap Join on the meeting entry.


    If you don't have the app installed, you can still join the audio portion of the meeting.

  • Use Siri voice commands to join a meeting.

  • From the meeting invitation email, tap the linked video address to join the meeting.


    If you don't have the app installed, you can still join the audio portion of the meeting.

  • If your site administrator configured your site to send notifications, the app alerts you before or when the host starts the meeting.

  • If you're using Ford Sync 3 AppLink with Webex Meetings, you can now see the active speaker’s name (not the actual active speaker) in the car dashboard while attending a meeting. Use your steering wheel or dashboard controls to turn on AppLink, and then use voice commands.


When hosts schedule meetings, they can allow attendees to join meetings before them. The host's name isn't shown in the meeting information until the host joins.

When you join a meeting in someone else's Personal Room, you wait in a lobby until the host enters or admits you. When the host enters the room or admits you, you can then join the audio conference. You can tap Notify Host to alert the host that you're waiting in the lobby.

Connect to the Audio Conference

Connect to a meeting's audio conference by receiving a call to your device, using VoIP through the Internet, or entering a video address. Tap the Audio Connections Options menu to choose an audio option.

  • If you choose to Use Internet for Audio, you use your 3G or 4G data plan unless you're on a Wi-Fi connection. When you join an audio conference that's using Webex Audio or VoIP only, you use wide-band audio.


    If a participant who doesn't have wide-band audio joins a meeting that's using wide-band audio, audio for everyone is downgraded. Webex Meetings gives no warning message before the downgrade.

  • If you choose Call Me, you're prompted to enter your phone number.


    If you enabled Auto Call Me in your app's settings, you receive calls automatically.

  • If you choose Call In, you're prompted to enter the call-in number that appears. Tap Global Call-In Numbers to view a list of call-in numbers from other regions.

  • You can choose to Disconnect Audio to listen to the call.


In Settings > Audio & Video, you can enable Skip Audio and Video Preview to save default join options.

You can also set your preferences so that your device automatically mutes for meetings that you join. In your app's settings, enable Mute on Entry.

If you're using iOS 11 or later, you can switch between your connected audio during a meeting. For example, you can use a Bluetooth headset, Bluetooth speaker, or your device's speaker.

Join Calls and Meetings Using Apple CarPlay

You can use cars that support Apple CarPlay to access Webex Meetings from your car dashboard. Use our Siri voice commands to join Webex meetings, such as "Join next meeting using Webex."

CarPlay is fully supported for SmartDeviceLink (SDL)-supported and non-SDL-supported cars. You can join meetings from your car dashboard using Siri voice commands, and then see a full in-meeting Webex user interface on your dashboard. Mute, unmute, and leave meeting capabilities are available with CarPlay.


We disabled the Add Call button in the WBS39.6 update. Although the button is disabled, Apple CarPlay is available.

When using iOS 13, Siri voice commands on the car dashboard are only accessible while your device is unlocked. However, your device must be locked in order to see Webex Meetings on the car dashboard. For more info on other known issues and limitations, see the Cisco Webex Meetings Mobile (iOS) Updates Overview.


You can seamlessly join meetings without having to tap your device's screen by doing both of the following:

  • Enable Skip audio and video preview

  • Choose Use Internet for audio as your audio connection setting

Connect to Meetings Using an Apple Watch

See Use the Webex Meetings App on an Apple Watch for more info on using the Webex Meetings mobile app.

Use Audio-Only Meeting Join Links

If your site administrator configured your site to allow it, you can include audio-only meeting join links that attendees can use to join the audio portion of the meeting with a single tap. Your meeting must support call-in users and have the Exclude password from invitation option turned off when you schedule your meeting.

If you’re an attendee, tap the call-in number link to join the meeting. If you’re the host, you need to start your meeting from your Webex site, the desktop app, or the mobile app.


If your site administrator has enabled meeting disclaimers for your Webex site, you must accept the disclaimer that appears before the meeting in order to connect.

Start a Scheduled Meeting

After opening and signing in to the Webex Meetings app, swipe left to My Meetings and tap Start on the meeting entry.


Alternate hosts can't start a meeting from the mobile app.

Start an Instant Meeting

You can start an instant meeting by opening the Webex Meetings app and tapping Start Meeting.

Join a Meeting

You can join a Webex meeting from your Android device in any of the following ways:

  • Sign in to your Webex account and:

    • Swipe left to My Meetings and tap Join on the meeting entry

    • Tap Join Meeting, enter the meeting number, Personal Room URL, or host's username, and then tap Join


    You can also enter a SIP URI in the following formats:

    • <meeting_number>@webex.com for a scheduled Webex meeting

    • <personal_room_id>@<sitename>.webex.com for an instant or scheduled Personal Room meeting

  • Without a Webex account, open the Webex Meetings app and tap Join Meeting. Enter the meeting number or host's Personal Room URL, enter your name and email, and then tap Join.

  • From your iOS search, search for your own or recently joined Personal Rooms. Tap the meeting from the search results to join.

  • Use Google Assistant voice commands to join a meeting.

  • Use a Google Home device and Google Assistant voice commands to join a meeting.

  • From the meeting invitation email, tap the linked video address to join the meeting.


    If you don't have the app installed, you can still join the audio portion of the meeting.

  • If your site administrator configured your site to send notifications, the app alerts you before or when the host starts the meeting.

  • You scan a handwritten or typed meeting number or Personal Room ID to join a Webex meeting or Personal Room.

  • If you're using Ford Sync 3 AppLink with Webex Meetings, use your steering wheel or dashboard controls to turn on AppLink, and then use voice commands.


When hosts schedule meetings, they can allow attendees to join meetings before them. The host's name isn't shown in the meeting information until the host joins.

When you join a meeting in someone else's Personal Room, you wait in a lobby until the host enters or admits you. When the host enters the room or admits you, you can then join the audio conference. You can tap Notify Host to alert the host that you're waiting in the lobby.

Connect to the Audio Conference

Connect to a meeting's audio conference by receiving a call to your device, using VoIP through the Internet, or entering a video address. Tap the Audio Connections Options menu to choose an audio option.

  • If you choose to Use Internet for Audio, you use your 3G or 4G data plan unless you're on a Wi-Fi connection. When you join an audio conference that's using Webex Audio or VoIP only, you use wide-band audio.


    If a participant who doesn't have wide-band audio joins a meeting that's using wide-band audio, audio for everyone is downgraded. Webex Meetings gives no warning message before the downgrade.

  • If you choose Call Me, you're prompted to enter your phone number.


    If you enabled Auto Call Me in your app's settings, you receive calls automatically.

  • If you choose Call In, you're prompted to enter the call-in number that appears. Tap Global Call-In Numbers to view a list of call-in numbers from other regions.

  • You can choose to Disconnect Audio to listen to the call.


In Settings > Audio & Video, you can enable Skip Audio and Video Preview to save default join options.

You can also set your preferences so that your device automatically mutes for meetings that you join. In your app's settings, enable Mute on Entry.

Use Audio-Only Meeting Join Links

If your site administrator configured your site to allow it, you can include audio-only meeting join links that attendees can use to join the audio portion of the meeting with a single tap. Your meeting must support call-in users and have the Exclude password from invitation option turned off when you schedule your meeting.

If you’re an attendee, tap the call-in number link to join the meeting. If you’re the host, you need to start your meeting from your Webex site, the desktop app, or the mobile app.


Depending on the Android device and email app you use, you may still need to enter a password to join the meeting.