TeamViewer has announced a new integration with Microsoft Teams allowing users to launch TeamViewer remote support and augmented reality (AR) connections from within the Microsoft Teams environment.
TeamViewer offers a connectivity platform to remotely access, control, manage, monitor, and repair a variety of devices. Microsoft Teams users will now be able to download the TeamViewer app from the Apps library, log into their TeamViewer accounts, and share TeamViewer invites for remote control or AR connections with their colleagues 1-to-1 or in group channels.
Microsoft Teams users will be able to manage device groups they can access, share devices with team members, and view their TeamViewer Dashboard as a personal tab. This will provide a faster and more efficient workflow. It will also allow product teams to work more efficiently by instantly sharing access to all the required devices and environments.
To leverage this integration, organizations will need a Microsoft Teams license and a compatible TeamViewer plan. Here's the detailed manual to get started.