Are you just starting to use TeamViewer or are you a professional who wants to refresh their knowledge?
Today we’ll look at everything you can do with TeamViewer’s Computers & Contacts.
Are you just starting to use TeamViewer at work or privately? Then you should start at the beginning:
In TeamViewer, the Computers & Contacts list is one of the most basic, yet powerful, features.
While you don’t necessarily have to make entries to start remote sessions or meetings it’s sure worth to maintain an up-to-date Computers & Contacts list.
It’s simply the fastest option to interact with regular coworkers and customers in any way possible in TeamViewer. As soon as a contact or device is in your list, you won’t have to enter their connection info.
You can even take your Computers & Contacts with you. Since the list is linked to your account, you can access it from any computer or mobile running TeamViewer.
Let me guide you through all the possibilities it has to offer.
So, one of the great things about the Computers & Contacts list is that it unifies all of
TeamViewers core features in one location.
You can do almost everything from here:
As you can see, I marked all the actions you can take, when clicking on a specific contact.
Let’s go through them one by one.
I think it’s great how, even though that is not TeamViewer’s primary function, the Computers & Contacts list just gives you so many possibilities to interact with one another.
No matter whether you’re using it to collaborate or help out colleagues at work, or to support your customers: All the essential features are in one place and ready to be used in conjunction with any contact.
Of course, the more contacts you have in your list, the more TeamViewer can add value to your work.
That’s why next time we’ll look into how you can quickly fill your Computers & Contacts list using the Group Re-Sharing feature, which is especially helpful for onboarding new employees.
Which one of the functions I explained earlier do you think is the most useful and why? I’ll be happy to hear from you in the comment section below!
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