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What Does a Dub.point Do?
A Dub.point is a unique key that is assigned to a Dubber user. It contains information about identity and security. Users need a Dub.point to make call recordings, and they need the correct Dub.point to have permission to listen to call recordings. Users can have one or more Dub.points assigned to them to connect to different products and services on the Dubber platform.
Information in a Dub.point
Each Dub.point contains three types information about the user:
Service Provider ID
Administrators can create a Dub.point. For more information, see "Create a dub.point".
After a user has been created in the system, Group Administrators can assign a Dub-point to the user. For more information, see "Assign an unidentified dub.point".
The first time a user runs the Dubber app, they need to setup their meeting recorder Dub.point. For more information, "How to Use the Dubber App".
If you need help, contact the Dubber Support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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