Another “deep link” question, but one that hasn’t been answered before.
We are developing a browser-based web application. That application enables the user to populate a profile, including having a “call me”, “message me” and “schedule a meeting” buttons.
We have integrated with MS Teams, so that if the person is connected with their Microsoft account, then their “call me” button opens MS Teams application and starts a call with that user. Message me opens a chat with that user, and schedule a meeting opens Outlook calendar with that user’s Microsoft email pre-populated in the “To” field. We have achieved that by using the following MS Graph API deep links:
https://teams.microsoft.com/l/chat/0/0?users=<user1>,<user2>,...&topicName=<chat name>&message=<precanned text>
- Schedule a meeting:
Now we want to implement a Zoom integration. However, I couldn’t find Zoom deep links that would directly open a chat/call/calendar with a given contact. I am happy with the fact that the
zoommtg protocol opens Zoom application all right, but what do I pass to that protocol to make the above happen?