The following settings are accessible by Webex admins only.
Go to your Webex admin settings here: https://admin.webex.com/settings.
Scroll down to the section that says External Communication.
Under Block external messaging, turn the switch to off.
If your organization requires that setting to be on, under Whitelist domains for external messaging, add the m.io domain name.
Installing the Mio app
Go to https://app.m.io.
Select Sign up with Webex to install the Mio app on your Webex tenant.
Log in with your Webex account.
Once you see the “Success!” page, open your Webex app to find the welcome message from the Mio app.
You can now create a universal channel to start chatting with external companies.
Bot Token Scopes
These scopes govern what our Mio app can access.
Read the content of rooms that you’re in
To deliver messages and other content to other chat platforms like Microsoft Team and Slack
Read your company directory
To track Webex membership to keep the membership of the larger Universal Channel up to date
List the teams you are a member of
Allows us to know what teams are available to create channels in
List the titles of spaces that you are in
Allows us know what channels are available, so we can offer to convert them to a universal channel
Invite people to rooms on your behalf
Allows us to add the bot to channels that you want to be a universal channel
Access to read your user's organizations
Allows us to read company information so we know its name, and can identify people from the same company
Mio can only view messages in spaces/direct messages in which the app is a member. If the Mio app is not in the conversation, it won't be able to view any of its contents. We never request more permissions than necessary to make universal channels function as intended.