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Update MacOS Permission Settings for Microphone, Camera, and Screen Recording
Information for how to update permission settings in MacOS for SignalWork to be used effectively
Update Windows Permission Settings for Camera & Microphone
To use SignalWire Work or SignalWire Events on a Windows 10 system, there are certain settings that need to be modified. On Windows 10, Navigate to Settings > Privacy. On the left side tab, scroll to App Permissions to access the privacy settings for Camera, and Microphone. Additionally, be sure to navigate to the security and privacy settings of the each browser to make sure that Camera and Microphone access are set to allowed. Camera **Allow access to the camera on thi
Google Chrome Permission Settings
Permission settings will need to be set in the Google Chrome browser for camera, & microphone To verify that SignalWire Work or SignalWire Events domain has access to the camera in Google Chrome: From the Chrome menu, chose Preferences. On the left menu, choose Privacy and Security. Under Privacy and Security, choose Site Settings Under Permissions, choose Camera. The browser address bar should now read: chrome://settings/content/camera In the upper righ Search
How to Share Whole Screen or Application in Google Chrome
Due to MacOS permission changes, SignalWire Work and SignalWire Events will not be able to share the whole screen or application in Google Chrome, it will only function in a Chrome tab. To resolve this, Google Chrome will need allow access to Screen Recording in MacOS System preferences: Navigate to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy Select Screen Recording on the left hand side Make sure that the Google Chrome browser is visible and corresponding box is checked !
Safari Permission Settings (MacOS)
Permission settings will need to be set in the Safari browser for camera, microphone & screen sharing. To set (or check) Website settings: Safari Menu > Preferences > Websites icon > Camera Verify that the following settings are enabled/set: Your SignalWire Work domain is listed with the entry of Ask If your SignalWire Work domain is not yet listed, verify that When visiting other websites selection is set to Ask on the lower right of the Safari Preferences screen.
Webcam Anti-Virus Issues
When using SignalWire work in Chrome, you may experience being denied. Your system's anti-virus could be blocking devices and software from accessing the internet. Access settings for the anti-virus software will need to be modified to stop blocking the webcam. Use one of the links below according to your anti-virus software to update the settings: [McAfee for Windows](https://service.mcafee.com/webcenter/portal/oracle/webcenter/page/scopedMD/s55728c97_466d_4ddb_952d_05484ea932c6/Page29.j
Reset SignalWire Work Password
To reset SignalWire Work password: Click on Forgot Password? on the Login screen. Provide the email address (used as the username) and click Reset Password to send out an email. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/u
Opera Permission Settings
Permission settings will need to be set in the Opera browser for camera, & microphone To verify that SignalWire Work or SignalWire Events domain has access to the camera in Opera: From the Opera menu, chose Go to full browser settings. Scroll down and choose Privacy and Security. Under Privacy and Security, choose Site Settings. Under Permissions, choose Camera. The browser address bar should now read: settings/content/camera Verify that **Ask before accessing (r
Firefox Permission Settings
Permission settings will need to be set in the Firefox browser for camera, & microphone To verify that SignalWire Work or SignalWire Events domain has access to the camera in Firefox: From the Firefox menu, chose Preferences. On the left menu, choose Privacy and Security. The browser address bar will display: about:preferences#privacy Under Privacy and Security, scroll down to the Permissions section. On the entry for Camera, choose Settings... Verify that S
Using AirPods with SignalWire Work and SignalWire Events
When using Apple AirPods with SignalWire Work or SignalWire Events you may experience metallic and distored audio quality (if power is lost or are deliberately turned off). This is because Apple doesn't refresh or load the next default audio input/output devices unless the browser is refreshed. A quick refresh of the browser will resolve the issue and reconnect to the call.
Safari on iOS Permission Settings
Permission settings will need to be set in the Google Chrome browser for camera, & microphone. To verify that SignalWire Work or SignalWire Events has the appropriate privileges for the camera in Safari on iOS: Launch the Settings app In the Settings app, scroll down to the Safari category and tap it. In the Safari category scroll down to the Settings for Websites section. In the Settings for the Websites section, tap Camera. Verify that Ask is selected. !(
Microsoft Edge Permission Settings
Permission settings will need to be set in the Edge browser for camera, & microphone To verify that the SignalWire domain has access to the camera in Edge: From the Edge menu (three horizontal dots at top right corner of window), chose Settings. Choose Site Permissions from the left hand side. Select Camera. The browser address bar should now read: edge://settings/content/camera Verify that Ask before accessing (recommended) is toggled on. Verify that the SignalWire
Update SignalWire Work Version
As SignalWire Work updates are released, it will be necessary to make sure the right version is being used to take advantage of all features. To make sure SignalWire Work is updated to the latest version, perform the following: Browsers on Windows Ctrl + F5 Safari Shift + click the Reload toolbar button Chrome and Firefox for Mac Cmd + Shift + R
Screen Sharing Looping
When sharing your screen in SignalWire work using certain browsers, using Your Entire Screen option can result in an inception look or a looping affect of your screen. This occurs when you share a screen that displays what you plan on sharing it will show itself, like holding two mirrors again
Identifying Audio Quality Issues
****SignalWire Work users can experience various audio issues, and the information listed below will help to identify the audio issues experienced, with descriptions and possible explanations. Noise - Any noise on the line or in a voicemail message in addition to the voice signal. Noise typically leaves the conversation intelligible but still far from excellent. Static, hum, crosstalk, and intermittent popping to
Default Port Ranges
Depending on your company infrastructure, you might have to make firewall adjustments to have a successful experience with SignalWire Work. Below is a listing of the default ports : TCP 80 443 1935 5443 UDP 10000 - 15000 49000 - 54000 The IP to allow is the IP that resolves to your space URL. Windows Example: nslo
SignalWire Work Troubleshooting Guide
Guide for troubleshooting issues with SignalWire Work
How to get help from SignalWire
To request help from SignalWire, click on the Help/Question mark icon in the upper left corner of the screen. The help panel will appear on the left hand side of the screen where you can search knowledge articles or start a text chat.
Resolving SignalWire Issues
To address any issues with SignalWire Work such as the following: frozen screen video out of sync with audio video not appearing no audio Log out and log back into SignalWire Work to resolve. If issues persists, please reach out to SignalWire for further assistance. Navigate to Systems Settings Click on Logout !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/ffd38f09dfca3000/lo