If you subscribe to Webex from your Service Provider, Webex Webinar and Webex Events (classic) is not available. All of the other Webex Meetings features listed here are supported unless otherwise stated.

For more information on the current slow channel releases, see the What's new for the slow channel of Webex Meetings.

See the Feature summary for the Webex Meetings Suite (WBS41) for a list of new features by the update number.

See the Feature summary for the Webex Meetings Suite (42.x) for a list of new features by the update number.

See the Open and resolved bugs for the latest Webex Meetings releases for a list of the open and resolved bugs in the latest releases.

Coming in August 2022 (42.8)

Announcements

The 42.8 update has important announcements, which you can review in the Announcements for the Cisco Webex Meetings Suite.

Highlighted features for this update

  • Webinar template scope improvement

    You can use the improved webinar template to avoid making the same settings multiple times.

    Previously, the webinar template only saved the settings on the scheduling page (except registration setting and panelists). However, in this update, the webinar templates have additional settings with registration questions (including approval rules), panelists, email template, registration landing page, webinar materials, and practice session setup. If any of these fields don’t need to be saved, you can exclude them before saving.


     
    This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.
  • Streaming and recordings layout is adjusted in-meeting and follows the stage layout

    In a Webex meeting, you can now dynamically adjust the recording and streaming layout within the meeting. You can also record the stage that has been synced for all participants and when a meeting host adjusts the synced stage for all participants, the recording or streaming layout will match the stage layout.

    This especially helps when recording classrooms where the recorded videos need to be set in a certain way, or when recording all-hands sessions where a sign language interpreter needs to be present on stage.

  • Breakout sessions in meetings and webinars extended to support on-premises video devices

    On-premises registered video devices can now be moved to breakout sessions in meetings and webinars.

    People using video device can move between main session and their assigned breakout sessions with the DTMF-*2 command.


     
    People using on-premises video device don’t currently have a mechanism to choose breakout sessions that are open for anyone to join. In those instances, hosts or cohost need to assign the video device to other breakout sessions.

     
    This feature is on an independent release schedule. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.
  • Post webinar survey

    Hosts can define the survey questionnaire and layout when they set up a webinar.

    When the webinar ends, attendees see the survey on their main browser. After their responses are submitted, hosts can download the responses in the completed webinar portal.


     
    This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.
  • Webex Scheduler for Outlook (Add-in) when using on-premises Exchange, automatically updates meetings

    Outlook on-premises Exchange users scheduling Webex meetings with the Webex Scheduler (add-in) can now have their meetings that are automatically updatedthat are to Webex without needing to press the Update button if they deploy or have Hybrid Calendar Service for Microsoft Exchange deployed.

  • Webex Scheduler now supports GCC and GCC High environments

    The Webex Scheduler now supports Government Community Cloud (GCC) and GCC High users to schedule, edit, and delete Webex meeting on Outlook. To apply this feature, site administrators need to choose either GCC or GCC High based on the Microsoft account in their organization, and authorize the administrators to consent to Webex.


     
    This feature is only enabled for Webex for Government.

Pre-meeting experience

Single Sign On (SSO) for Webex Scheduler Outlook add-in

Sign in once, no need to re-authenticate with your Microsoft Outlook credentials when you use the Webex Scheduler Outlook add-in for the first time.


 
This only works for cloud-based and administrator authorized users and not for on-premises or individual authorization.

Webex Scheduler for Outlook (Add-in) when using on-premises Exchange, automatically updates meetings

Outlook on-premises Exchange users scheduling Webex meetings with the Webex Scheduler (add-in) can now have their meetings automatically updated to Webex without needing to press the Update button if they deploy or have Hybrid Calendar Service for Microsoft Exchange deployed.

In-meeting experience

Streaming and recordings layout can be adjusted in-meeting and follows the stage layout

In a Webex meeting, you can now dynamically adjust the recording and streaming layout within the meeting.

Shortcuts for Simultaneous interpretation

New keyboard shortcuts are added.

Name

Shortcuts (Windows)

Shortcuts (Mac)

Open or close the Interpretation dialog box

Alt+Shift+W

Option+Command+W

Switch output language (interpreters only)

Alt+Shift+H

Control+Command+H

Enhanced experience when sharing a camera as content

In this update we're improving the experience when sharing a camera as content. Now, when sharing a camera as content, it shows directly within the meeting window itself. This makes it easier to keep an eye on participant videos, panels, apps, and more!


 
Any Files or Whiteboards that are currently being shared are stopped when choosing to share a camera. Similarly, if you are sharing a camera as content, it is stopped if a File or Whiteboard is shared.

Other language option for Simultaneous Interpretation

Other is now included as an option when selecting languages for simultaneous interpretation. This update doesn't yet support indicating a specific custom language. The option simply states Other, which allows users to assign it to interpreters who are speaking languages that aren't part of the standard list.

Removal of Verify Rich Media Player from the Help menu

In this update we’re removing Verify Rich Media Player from the Help menu in Webex Meetings, Webinars, Events (classic), and Training, as this option is now obsolete.

Slido is available on Webex Devices

Slido is now available on Webex Devices. For more information, see Embedded Apps on Webex Boards and Desk Devices

Webinar experience

Attendee doesn't need to re-enter email or registration ID before joining a webinar

When you join as an attendee, you won’t need to re-enter your email or registration ID before joining a webinar in the following cases:

  • If you have a Webex account on the current site and you received a join link after the host invited you from the webinar or you registered for the webinar and are approved by the host.

  • If you already joined or registered for a webinar meeting earlier and the user name and mail is received from the cookie.


 
This applies to webinar with webcast view.

 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Webinar registration page updates after registration

When you register for a webinar, you’ll see the following updates:

  • If you’re approved, the you’ll see more meaningful actions, for example, join button, add the webinar to calendar, and download material.

  • While you enter your information and click Submit, you’ll not see the Submit button while your approval is pending to avoid confusion for double registering. If your submission is approved, then you'll see the Join instead of the Submit button, and you can download webinar materials if the host has it setup.

Webinar template scope improvement

You can use the improved webinar template to avoid making the same settings multiple times.

Previously, webinar template only saved the settings on the scheduling page (except registration setting and panelists). However, in this update the webinar templates have additional settings with registration questions (including approval rules), panelists, email template, registration landing page, webinar materials, and practice session setup. If any of these fields don’t need to be saved, you can exclude them before saving.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Webinar promotion in classic event

You'll see a webinars promotion dialoge and message bar in classic event.

Post webinar survey

Hosts can define the survey questionnaire and layout when they setup a webinar.

For more information, see the highlighted features for this update.

Device enhancements

Hide non-video users on video devices

For on on-premises registered video devices and cloud registered DX, SX, and MX series video devices, you can hide people who have disabled their video. This allows for a more engaging video experience, similar to the same capability that exists in the app.

When someone without a video becomes the active speaker, they are shown with an active speaker bubble on the screen with their name. After they stop talking, the bubble disappears.

People on their devices can switch this behavior using #5 on their numeric keypad interface.

Change the paired device meeting layout from Webex app

If you join a meeting or call from a paired Cisco room, desk devices, or mobile you can change the layout on the device just from the Webex App.

Breakout sessions in Webex Meetings and Webex Webinars extended to support on-premises registered devices

On-premises registered video devices can now be moved to breakout sessions in meetings and webinars.

For more information, see the highlighted features for this update.

Post-meeting experience

Select and download multiple recordings

Multiple recordings are available to download from the web portal by navigating to My Recordings > Recordings in your Webex site.

Webex Meetings for iOS and Android

Streaming and recordings layout can now be adjusted in-meeting and made to follow the stage layout

Similar to the desktop app, Streaming and recordings layout can now be adjusted in-meeting and made to follow the stage layout, is now available for mobile.

VDI experience

Video Blur, Background support on Webex Meetings VDI for Dell ThinOS VDI plugin with Intel GPU

Video Blur, Background support is now available on Webex Meetings VDI for Dell ThinOS VDI plugin with Intel GPU. The system should meet the hardware requirement of video background feature. This feature only supports the default video blur and background image and not customized video background image or video background animation.

Webex Meetings Integrations

Salesforce integration - support for Webex Webinars

Marketing professionals can import Webex Webinars registrants and attendees into Salesforce as contacts, leads, or any custom object with a few simple clicks, all without leaving Salesforce. Marketing teams will improve productivity by reducing time spent on manual entry and better engagement with webinar participants.

Webex Webinars integration for Oracle Eloqua

With a focus to streamline workflows across the customer lifecycle, from awareness to loyalty, the Webex Webinars and Oracle Eloqua integration brings productivity enhancements to marketeers through configurable workflows. This eliminates data silos and accelerates the transfer of leads. Webex Webinars integrates seamlessly with Oracle Eloqua so that our customers can focus on converting leads without having to worry about webinar management.

Administration experience

Reset Webex sessions

This feature allows you to log yourselves out of all instances of your Webex Meetings App.

Removing Webex Refresh Tokens, forces you to sign out on any Webex Meetings App instance that you are signed into.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Separate administrator settings for Webex Assistant and the Captions & Highlights panel

The administrator settings for enabling the Webex Assistant and enabling the Captions & Highlights panel can now be set independently. For example, administrators can disable the Captions & Highlights panel while keeping Webex Assistant enabled; in that case, the Captions & Highlights panel will not show in meetings, except when the host turns on Webex Assistant.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Webex Meetings APIs

Support customizable registration forms

Provide customers with the ability to answer customizable registration questions using the API for both Meetings and Webinars.

Administrator's ability to retrieve recordings of all users per site

We now provide the ability for administrators and compliance officers to retrieve all recordings for a site. This is possible using the new /admin/recordings endpoint. With this feature we further strengthen the security and compliance of our platform.

Custom registration questions for Webinars and Meetings

Currently, if you are using Meetings API, you can choose what registration questions are required to be answered for an attendee to register for meeting or a webinar. These registration questions can be chosen out of the standard list of registration questions provided by Webex. In this update, the APIs are enhanced, to allow you to retrieve list of custom questions that are created on Webex sites as well as choose which of these custom created questions are required for registration when scheduling a meeting or a webinar.

Webex for Government Updates

Webex Scheduler now supports GCC and GCC High environments

The Webex Scheduler now supports Government Community Cloud (GCC) and GCC High users to schedule, edit, and delete Webex meeting on Outlook. To apply this feature, site administrators need to choose either GCC or GCC High based on the Microsoft account in their organization, and authorize the administrators to consent to Webex.


 
This feature is only enabled for Webex for Government.

Coming in July 2022 (42.7)

Announcements

The 42.7 update has important announcements, which you can review in the Announcements for the Cisco Webex Meetings Suite.

Highlighted features for this update

  • Webex Meetings Apple CarPlay UX improvement

    Webex Meetings users can view their upcoming meetings after connecting their iPhone to Apple CarPlay dashboard and can join the meeting with one click.

  • Share, Mute, and Unmute in Webex Meetings directly from your task bar in Windows 11

    With Windows 11, Webex Meetings now allows you to share applications directly from the task bar. This also includes the Mute and Unmute from taskbar. Hover over the application in the task bar and a pop-up appears with the option to share the application in Webex.

  • Immersive share on video devices


     
    It was initially communicated that this feature will be available in 42.7 but is delayed and will be available in August.

    Users on on-premises registered video devices such as cloud DX, SX, and MX, can now see presenters in front of shared content.


     
    Previously, this experience was only available on the desktop app.

     
    This feature isn't supported for Webex for Government.

  • Attendees can hear music during a practice session in a Webinar

    The host can upload a music file in the scheduling process, when the practice session starts, this music file play by default for the attendees. Attendees can mute the music as needed.


     
    This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.
  • Web App and PWA for Chrome OS: background noise removal now available in Fir/efox, Chrome 97+, and Edge 97+

    Previously, the Webex Smart Audio noise removal option was only available by request. In this update, we’re excited to announce that this option is now available by default in Firefox, Chrome 97+, Edge 97+, and the PWA for Chrome OS.


     
    In order to use this feature in Safari and older versions of Chrome/Edge, this still must be enabled by request.
  • Slido updates

    There are several Slido enhancements coming this month. See the In-meeting experience section for more information. For more product details see https://community.sli.do/product-news-23.


     

    Slido releases are not dependent on the Webex upgrade cycle.

Pre-meeting experience

Audio & Video statistics moved into Meeting settings

In the desktop app for Meetings and Webinars, we’ve consolidated the Audio & Video Statistics into Meeting settings. These settings can be found in the Statistics tab.

Share, Mute, and Unmute in Webex Meetings directly from your task bar in Windows 11

With Windows 11, Webex Meetings now allows you to share applications directly from the task bar. This also includes the Mute and Unmute from taskbar. Hover over the application in the task bar and a pop-up appears with the option to share the application in Webex.

Attendees can hear music during a practice session in a Webinar

The host can upload a music file in the scheduling process, when the practice session starts, this music file play by default for the attendees. Attendees can mute the music as needed.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Practice session - add text message in a Webinar

The host can now edit the message that attendees see when practice session is in progress.

Hosts can customize the message content and location in the scheduling process. When the practice session starts, this message is shown to the attendees.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Webex now supports right-to-left languages, including Hebrew and Arabic

Currently, Webex doesn’t supports languages that are read right-to-left (RTL). In this update, we’re adding support for RTL languages, starting with Arabic and Hebrew.

In-meeting experience

Improve Embedded App Discovery

We are updating the App Gallery with the following changes:

  1. Every app in the app gallery has a short tagline or description that describe what the app does.

  2. The user can search for an app (local search).

  3. The app gallery has two tabs - My Apps and Discover.

    • In the My Apps Section:

      • User can select to favorite an app. The favorites should be stored and be consistent across different workstreams (meetings and messaging) as well as across different devices.

      • Apart from favoriting an app, My Apps section also shows apps suggested for the user. Suggestions for you include featured apps and the apps that the user has recently used.

    • Discover section is available to all other embedded apps.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

New keyboard shortcut to select multiple apps to share

In the desktop app Share Content window, you can now hold Shiftin Windows and Command in Mac to select multiple apps in Meetings and Webinars.

Web App and PWA for Chrome OS: background noise removal now available in Firefox, Chrome 97+, and Edge 97+

Previously, the Webex Smart Audio noise removal option was only available by request. In this update, we’re excited to announce that this option is now available by default in Firefox, Chrome 97+, Edge 97+, and the PWA for Chrome OS.


 
In order to use this feature in Safari and older versions of Chrome/Edge, this still must be enabled by request.

Web App PWA for Chrome: share 4K content

Like the desktop app, participants who joined from the Meetings web app or PWA for Chrome OS can now share 4K content in meetings and webinars.

Other browsers, like Safari and Firefox will continue to support sharing up to 1080p.

Web App PWA for Chrome OS: improved media quality when TCP/UDP is blocked

We've improved the Meetings web app media quality for users who have TCP or UDP blocked, where previously they may have experienced degradation in audio, video, and content sharing.


 
It was initially communicated that this limitation existed but it currently been fixed.

Due to a current limitation in Safari and Firefox, if you’re using a proxy in your browser configuration, you may not benefit from this change when you use these browsers.

Anyone can launch Slido in Webex Meetings

What does this mean?

  • You don't have to be host or cohost to launch Slido anymore.

  • Participants in the same organization as the host can be able to launch Slido

  • Host can override anyone’s Slido in the meeting

  • Host can enable or disable the ability for anyone to add Slido to the meeting

Here is the Slido Community help article on this new feature

You can submit your feedback to experience@slido.com

Cisco Internal can submit feedback to Aha! Portal, there is a Slido option 🙂

For more product details, check Slido Product News

Media enhancements

Dedicated network origination port ranges

In this update we’re changing the network port numbers that we use to initiate media streams. This allows customers to appropriately mark Meetings network packets for audio and video Quality of Service (QoS) to properly prioritize Webex media on their network.

These new source port ranges also bring the meetings apps into alignment with the rest of our collaboration portfolio of products.

Meetings app now originates media traffic within the following dedicated port ranges:

Audio—52000 to 52049

Video—52100 to 52199

The video port range is used for both main video and content sharing video.


 
This feature is on an independent release schedule. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Device enhancements

Immersive share on video devices

Users on on-premises registered video devices can now see presenters in front of shared content.


 
Previously, this experience was only available on the desktop and mobile apps.

Remotely control interpretation on device (Mac)

When the Webex Meetings app for Windows is paired with a new cloud-registered device that is supported for Simultaneous Interpretation (attendee view only), the interpretation controls can be toggled remotely on the app (or directly on the device).

Post-meeting experience

Webinar attendance report includes email address

After a webinar ends, the attendance report from webinars with webcast view also contain the attendees' email address column, making it easy to accurately identify who the attendees are, and join with other report.

Webex Meetings for iOS and Android

Facebook Portal login using QR code and six-digit PIN

Facebook Portal users can login using QR code or six-digit pin making it easy for users to login.

Webex Meetings for iOS

Webex Meetings Apple CarPlay UX improvement

Webex Meetings users can view their upcoming meetings after connecting their iPhone to Apple CarPlay dashboard and can join the meeting with one click.

Webex Meetings for Android

Virtual background support for GIF and MP4 animation

Similar to desktop and iOS, Android now supports MP4 virtual background. GIF is currently not support for Android.

VDI experience

Quarterly release and N-7 support of VDI plugin

Meetings VDI updates now happen quarterly. Every four months there is a new update for the VDI plugin, which is aligned with slow channel (4x.2, 4x.6, 4x.10). Each plugin supports eight higher versions of the Meetings app. For example, 42.6 VDI plugin is compatible with 42.6-43.1 Meetings app.

Meanwhile, the VDI plugin is compatible with the previous slow channel version. For example, 42.10 VDI plugin also supports 42.6 Meetings app.

Administration experience

Innovate to audit more administrative activities in Control Hub admin audit log

We’ve innovated the legacy site administration configuration and moved site administration options to Control Hub. The administrator can go to administration activities in Control Hub to audit these activities. In this update, it covers all options relevant to Webex Meetings and Webinars in Control Hub managed sites.

Option to disable all post-meeting emails

The existing site administration setting for Send notification email now controls the email notification flow for both recording-generated emails as well as other post-meeting content emails (highlights and meeting transcript). With this setting, all post-meeting emails can be enabled or disabled using a single toggle.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Compliance feature for IT administration to block use of VoIP in meetings for their regulated users

This compliance feature allows IT administrators to block their company users from using VoIP to join meetings. The IT administrators can choose a particular user, group of users, and organization level external meeting setting for whom these settings would apply. This new setting is a part of the Control Hub settings template.


 
To use this feature, you have to update to the latest version of Webex Meetings Desktop app.

Site administrators can set if webinars need to have numeric password for users joining using a phone

Webex webinars now allows the site administrators to configure, if the dial-in users need to enter a numeric password ID, in addition to the mandatory access code. Previously, it enforced dial-in in users to enter both numeric password and access code. Going forward the numeric password is configurable by the site administrators.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Available in June 2022 (42.6)

Announcements

The 42.6 update has important announcements, which you can review in the Announcements for the Cisco Webex Meetings Suite.

Highlighted features for this update

  • Grid view support for up to 81 videos

    Grid view in Meetings, Webinars, and Events (classic) can now support up to 81 simultaneous videos per page! This gives you the ability to see even more thumbnail videos in large meetings.

    You can set your preferred maximum numbers of videos to show in grid view in the Meetings settings.


     
    The actual number of videos may be limited by your screen resolution or window size.

     
    This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.
  • Support webinar series

    Webinar series brings a simple registration experience where registrants can select and register for multiple webinars at once.

    Webinar series owners can add webinars to a series. They can invite their team to a series as contributors. Contributors can also add their webinars to a series and manage the series. All webinars in the series will use the same registration form. The webinar owners manage registration approval for the webinars that they own.

  • Allow Embedded Apps to be opened in stage view

    Third-party apps opened in Webex Meetings can now be opened in stage, not just in the Apps panel. Some apps are better used in full screen so now users can open those apps in stage view.

  • Webhooks API when meeting transcripts are ready (Shared Components)

    Webhooks are great way to provide notifications. Customers can use these webhooks to execute specific business logic based on the status provided when the Webhooks are received.

    In this update, we are providing the ability to receive a webhook once meeting transcripts are ready. This helps customers send emails to meeting participants to let them know when the transcript is ready.

  • Slido updates

    There are several Slido enhancements coming this month. See the In-meeting experience section for more information. For more product details see https://community.sli.do/product-news-23.


     

    Slido releases are not dependent on the Webex upgrade cycle.

Pre-meeting experience

Final release of Productivity Tools

The June (42.6) release is the last release for Productivity Tools. Microsoft Outlook customers who wish to schedule Webex meetings from Microsoft Outlook must move to the Webex Scheduler add-in.

For more information on migrating to the Cisco Webex Scheduler add-In, see the Migrate from Productivity Tools to the Cisco Webex Scheduler add-in.

Support webinar series

Webinar series brings a simple registration experience where registrants can select and register for multiple webinars at once.

Webinar series owners can add webinars to a series. They can invite their team to a series as contributors. Contributors can also add their webinars to a series and manage the series. All webinars in the series will use the same registration form. The webinar owners manage registration approval for the webinars that they own.

Update to the error message during meeting start or join

To ensure you have a good support experience when faced with join meeting issues, we are adding a few more details to the error message dialogs shown to the user. With the next update, you can see a meaningful high level description of the error a user has run into. A meeting details component contains any other details surrounding the error including the error code. You also have the option to Send Problem Report to Cisco for the issue. You can share these details including the error code when logging a TAC case.

Add Webex to a single meeting in an existing recurring meeting using Google add-on

Users can now add Webex Meetings to a single instance of an existing series of Google events.

Single Sign On (SSO) for Webex Scheduler Outlook add-in


 
It was initially communicated that this feature will be available in 42.6 but is delayed and will be available in 42.8.

Users no longer need to re-authenticate with their Microsoft Outlook credentials, which is currently asked for when the add-in is invoked for the first time.


 
This only works for cloud-based and administrator authorized users and not for on-premises or individual authorization.

In-meeting experience

Allow Embedded Apps to be opened in stage view

Third-party apps opened in Webex Meetings can now be opened in stage, not just in the Apps panel. Some apps are better used in full screen so now users can open those apps in stage view.

Grid view support for up to 81 videos

Grid view in Meetings, Webinars, and Events (classic) can now support up to 81 simultaneous videos per page!

For more information, see the highlighted features for this update.

Use external USB camera or built-in camera to share content

In the June (42.6) update, Windows and Mac users can share their built-in or external camera content as if they are sharing their screen during a meeting or webinar. Attendees can view what the user is seeing and sharing using the camera in full screen mode and also view self-video of the participant who is sharing camera content. If users share built-in camera as content sharing source, self-video continues to work.


 
This feature is available on a delayed release cycle. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Share content window can be resized

You can now scale the Share content window to make it bigger. This makes it easier to see more of the windows you have open without having to scroll.

Redesigned quiz in Webex sidebar as default experience

The quiz feature is available in the New Look of the Slido Integration.

  • Once the redesigned quiz feature is available, the new look becomes the default version for your hosts.

  • Currently, hosts can still switch back to the old version if required.

Someone is typing indication in Slido Polls

There is an indication if someone is still typing on present mode, this is helpful for presenters to see if everyone is done submitting their responses.

Participant Privacy in Slido

This new feature allows hosts to set whether participants are anonymous or named during Slido events. You can lock the setting or allow your participants to choose which option they want.

Webex Meetings for iOS and Android

See the Webex Meetings Mobile App Resources for more info on the Webex Meetings mobile app.

Media quality indicator center update

Mobile users can now view their network quality status in the indicator center during a meeting.

Administration experience

IT Administrators can enable Embedded Apps for a group of users

IT administrators can now enable the embedded apps for a group of users. To enable the app to a group of users, login to Control Hub, navigate to the Apps > Embedded Apps. Then choose an app and enable it for the selected groups.


 
This capability requires that the Control Hub feature toggle be enabled. The Control Hub feature toggle will be available by mid-June.

 
This feature is on an independent release schedule. Check status.webex.com/maintenance to see when it’s available on your site.

Webex Meetings APIs

Webhooks API when meeting transcripts are ready

Webhooks are great way to provide notifications. Customers can use these webhooks to execute specific business logic based on the status provided when the Webhooks are received.

In this update, we are providing the ability to receive a webhook once meeting transcripts are ready. This helps customers send emails to meeting participants to let them know when the transcript is ready.

Webex for Government updates

We’ve added support for Webex for Government to the following features that are currently available.

Identify if you are connected to a Webex for Government meeting

Participants connecting to a meeting hosted by Webex for Government can now easily tell what meeting platform they are connected to.