This article

  • Shows what Microsoft Teams notifications look like
  • Explains how to connect Proxyclick to your Microsoft Team company account


Getting notified via Microsoft Teams when visitors check in

If you’re using Microsoft Teams, hosts can receive the check-in notification via this channel. This is on top of the email and text message notifications. As you can see in the screenshot below, hosts can also respond to the reception team via 1-click buttons via their desktop or their smartphone.

Connecting Proxyclick to your Microsoft Teams Account

Go to the Marketplace and find the Microsoft Teams integration.

This will prompt a screen from Microsoft Teams asking you to sign in (if you’re not signed in yet) and to authorize access to your Microsoft Teams account. Once authorized, you will be redirected to Proxyclick where you will be able to choose the team allowing Proxyclick to find the hosts and send them check-in notifications.

Then you’ll be prompted to do the following:

  1. Add Proxyclick to Microsoft Teams with the manifest (you’ll need Admin access to your Microsoft Teams account)
  2. Install the Proxyclick bot
  3. Mention the bot in the team on Microsoft Teams

You need to be an Admin in your Microsoft Teams account to be able to perform this step:

In the Apps menu, click “Upload a custom app” at the bottom of the submenu. Download this manifest zip file from us and upload it into Microsoft Teams.



In your list of Apps, find Proxyclick and select the Proxyclick app.

Select the team you want to add Proxyclick in the “Add to team” search.

Then, “mention” the bot @Proxyclick in the team. The bot will reply “Thank you, your Proxyclick integration is set up correctly!”

This means you are good to go.

Please let us know if you have any questions. We’ll be happy to help!

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