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MeetingPulse x Microsoft Teams Integration

Use MeetingPulse inside your Microsoft Teams meeting by installing it from the app store.

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Written by Emily Zaehring
Updated over a week ago

How to install the MeetingPulse app

You can add the MeetingPulse app to a team chat or meeting.

  1. Log in to the Teams client.

  2. Select Apps and search for MeetingPulse.

  3. Click on the app to add to a chat or a scheduled meeting.

    More information on how to manage your apps inside MS Teams is here.

How to use the MeetingPulse app inside Teams

  1. To add MeetingPulse to your chat or scheduled meeting, from Apps, search for MeetingPulse and click "Add to Meeting."

  2. Select your MS Teams meeting, and click "set up," and continue to step 5.

  3. Alternatively, Open the meeting again by clicking the edit button.

  4. Click on the + button to add a new tab and select the MeetingPulse app.

  5. You will then be redirected to a MeetingPulse pop-up where you can log in to your MeetingPulse account, select the meeting you want to add, and click Save.

You're now all set and ready to go! A new tab will be created inside your chat for your MeetingPulse meeting; Your attendees will see the MeetingPulse add-on on the right side of the screen, and they can toggle it on/off by clicking on the MeetingPulse icon.

Troubleshooting tips

Here are some tips to keep in mind when you're setting up your integration:

  1. Ensure that your org has the correct permissions inside MS Teams (i.e., the ability to add apps to meetings, share app content, etc.); this may also depend on your MS teams subscription level.

  2. Make sure that you have invited at least one participant to your scheduled meeting. Leaving the participants empty will prevent you from adding apps to your meeting.

  3. The integration will work for meetings within your organization only; any guests from outside the organization will not see the MeetingPulse tab in your meeting.

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