This article applies to all TeamViewer Engage customers.
The following browsers are officially supported and recommended by TeamViewer Engage.
Co-Browsing (Embedded & Universal)
Video Chat & Video Consultation
Users using a mobile device/browser can only see what others share, but not share their screen themselves.
Static websites are supported per default.
Single page web applications
It doesn't matter which framework is used (e.g. Angular, React...). Single page applications are supported per default.
HTML5 + Mouse effect technology support
The modern web development uses a lot of advanced technologies to display different types of components. This section describes the "advanced" technologies which TeamViewer Engage supports.
Canvas is mainly used to draw graphics on a web page. TeamViewer Engage supports Canvas without any additional configuration.
Shadow DOMs are mostly used by the Polymer framework and widely supported by Chrome and Firefox. After proper configuration, TeamViewer Engage does supports Shadow DOM out of the box.
Iframes are used to display a third-party website/component within another website, like an embedded website.
CSS hover effects
CSS hover effects are supported by default without any additional configuration.
Example 1: A visitor moves his mouse over the navigation bar which has a :hover event and afterward shows the hidden context menu. This behavior is supported per default with TeamViewer Engage. This means the viewer of the Co-Browsing session (i.e. Agent) does also see the context menu which is opened from the visitor.
Example 2: A visitor moves his mouse over the hyperlink which changes its background color. The viewer of the Co-Browsing session (i.e. agent) does also see the changed background color of the hyperlink.
- <video>/<audio> replay
- Third-party applications like Flash or Java Applets
Disclaimer: Universal Co-Browsing
Please note that Universal Co-Browsing might not yet work on all websites. We are constantly improving the range of supported pages, but due to the variety of web technologies, different development styles, and the diversity in the WWW, we cannot guarantee that every website works out-of-the-box. In case you find a website that is not working yet, please share it with us by contacting the TeamViewer Support.