Before you can start setting up meetings with Hypercontext, you’ll have to make sure Hypercontext is installed in Microsoft Teams.
To check if Hypercontext is already added to Microsoft Teams, try adding it as a tab (see step 2). If it does not show up as an option in “Tabs” then keep reading for instructions on how to install it.
1. Add the Hypercontext app
The Hypercontext app must be added to your Microsoft Teams instance before you can start adding it as a Tab to your teams.
Click here to add Hypercontext to Microsoft Teams and select “Add to Microsoft Teams” or navigate to the app store within Microsoft Teams and search for “Hypercontext”.
Note: Your admin must have “Allow external apps in Microsoft Teams” toggled to “On” in order for you to be able to install Hypercontext.
2. Add the Hypercontext Tab
Once you have installed Hypercontext to Microsoft Teams, add the tab by clicking “+” beside your tabs. Search for “Hypercontext” and once the setup is complete, hit “Save”.
This creates a team meeting with all of the users who are a part of that specific team.
If you've already created a Hypercontext Account, click here to log into Microsoft Teams and add the tab.