We’ve developed Coviu as an amazing user experience for video consultations aiming at “better than being there”.

As part of this, we also want other applications to be able to take advantage of the excellent interaction and collaboration tools that we’re making available within the Coviu rooms. So it was only natural for us to implement an API for Coviu.

As it turns out, we actually made two APIs: one that allows other applications to link with users of our Coviu team product, and one that allows other applications to create Coviu rooms anonymously under their control (also called a “Platform as a Service”, though we just like to think of it as plug-and-play video appointments).

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