Introducing Web
Co-browsing for Webex

Co-browse and co-control any website together. Turn any web application instantly multiplayer using RemoteHQ’s Remote Browser, our collaborative cloud-based browser. No download required!

Launch it in any location around the world with one click.

Webex co-browsing integration

Instead of screen sharing a website, use RemoteHQ’s Remote Browser

Multiplayer

Multiplayer

Simplest way to co-browse and co-control any website with your colleagues or customers.

No pixelation or freezing

No pixelation or freezing

Remote Browser lives in the cloud with lots of bandwidth and resources.

Fast

Fast

Takes only seconds to launch a Remote Browser and get up and running.

Browse privately. Browse together. Browse faster.

RemoteHQ’s Remote Browser is a secure and ephemeral browser running in the cloud. Use it by yourself or co-browse with others. No download.

Get started

How RemoteHQ works in Webex

Open Apps Menu
Step 1

Open Apps Menu

While in the meeting, click +Apps button and search for Remote Browser - Web co-browsing App

Configure your browser
Step 2

Configure your browser

Pick your browser location, resolution and privacy settings or simply stick with defaults. Then submit your configuration by clicking Start browsing.

Share your Remote Browser session with others
STEP 3

Share your Remote Browser session with others

Make sure you hit “Open together” (or “Add to tab” in messeging) to start collaborative browsing

Setup

Three simple steps to get you up and running with Remote Browser

1

Install Remote Browser app

Go to Webex App Hub, search for Remote Browser and install the App.

2

Launch it and signup to RemoteHQ

In the Webex meeting of your choice, open apps (by Clicking +Apps) and search for Remote Browser. When running for the first time, App will ask you to signup as RemoteHQ user. Choose your password and submit signup form.

3

Configure your first Remote Browser

After successful signup, you can configure your Remote Browser. Pick browser location and resolution or stick with pre-selected defaults and start browsing.

Why remote teams love RemoteHQ

INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY

Team Collaboration

Turn any web app into multiplayer mode and give everyone control. There is no more miscommunication over where to click on screen share or worrying about pixelation. Collaborate on a variety of apps such as Trello, Figma, and Miro without leaving the workspace. Remote Browser will help your team increase productivity and save time. Empower everyone to take action.

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INCREASE CLOSE RATES AND REDUCE SALES CYCLE

Sales Demo

Instead of screen sharing your demo, use Remote Browser to do a demo walkthrough. Give your prospects the opportunity for an instant test drive as part of the demo in a controlled setting. Let them experience the true power of your product firsthand. Remote Browser will help increase sales conversion.

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REDUCE CHURN AND TICKET RESOLUTION TIME

Customer Support

With Remote Browser, you can resolve customer issues quickly, collaboratively and in real-time, in your customer’s account within your web app. No more tedious back and forth on email or IM chat. You can support and train customers efficiently and collaboratively to make a sustainable impact and reduce churn. Leverage Remote Browser to troubleshoot together as you work on the same page.

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IMPROVE CUSTOMER SUCCESS AND RETENTION

Training and Onboarding

Turn passive sessions into active ones. You can seamlessly hand over control to users at the right juncture so users can learn by doing. With Remote Browser, you can start by showing the way and then let the user take action. Enable your customers and team members to learn by doing and improve the customer experience.

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See our other integrations

Connect Slack with RemoteHQ and co-browse the Internet securely with Remote Browser.

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Connect Intercom with RemoteHQ and co-browse the Web with your customers.

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SUPPORT

Frequently Asked
Questions

How can I manage my account?

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Why can’t I see Appsmenu in Webex client?

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Why can't I see the Remote Browser - Web Cobrowse application inside Appsmenu?

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Can I run multiple Remote Browser instances in one call?

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Who can run a Remote Browser?

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Will I be charged for each user that uses the Remote Browser?

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