x-bees Mobile User Guide

This User Guide explains how to access and use x-bees Mobile app and describes the basic operations: how to manage calls, create conversations, schedule conferences etc.

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Created: February 2022

Updated: April 2024



x-bees Mobile app and the Web version share the same codebase and the same set of features. 

Download the x-bees app by Wildix from Apple Store or Google Play market.

Mobile apps requirements

  • Android 9 or higher
  • iOS 13.3 or higher


  • No way to send SMS messages and Faxes via x-bees
  • No way to listen to Voicemails and Call recordings, but you receive a copy via email
  • Access to the web version and mobile apps of x-bees is available starting from the x-bees-Basic license


  • Log in using Google or Microsoft SSO

Make sure you are connected to the Wildix PBX:

  1. Tap your user picture in the upper left-hand part of the screen
  2. Under Settings, tap Connect to Wildix PBX
  3. Make sure that the PBX domain name is entered into the field

Note: if you are not sure, what your Wildix PBX domain is, please check with your system administrator.

Upon first login, you are requested to provide necessary permissions, e.g. access to microphone, camera and allow notifications:

In case notifications are not allowed, after 2 days users are prompted to enable notification settings. If notifications remain disabled, there are subsequent reminders after 7 days and then every 14 days.


The Settings described below are available for the PBX users (for users connected to a Wildix PBX).

  • Tap your user picture to access Settings

User Picture

  • Tap your user picture to upload a new picture or use your camera to make a new one

User Status and Status message

  • Under Status, tap on your current user status (e.g. Available) and select a new one

  • To set a status message, tap Set a status, indicate the message, select date and time to clear (optional) and tap Save


  • The status message should be no longer than 100 characters
  • When busy in a conference, user status automatically changes to the default one (e.g. “in conference | until 14:00”)


  • Under Settings, tap Notifications and enable notificationfor personal and group conversations.
    • Note, that Web and Mobile notifications are managed separately and there is no sync between them; to enable notifications on Web, consult x-bees Web User Guide

Also, here you can manage notifications played when a conference starts. By default, it is enabled.

Note: Make sure you have enabled Notifications for x-bees in your phone settings. 

Call forwarding settings

  • Under Settings, tap Calls and set up call forwarding rules for every Call class

Inbound services ("Contact center")

The contact center feature present in Wildix Collaboration is available in x-bees and allows you to view the available services (call groups) and dynamically log in/ log out from them:

  1. Under Status, enable Inbound services
  2. Enable the switch next to Inbound service requests: the switch allows you to dynamically join the inbound services (call groups)
  3. Under Inbound services: enable those services (call groups from your PBX) that you would like to join as a call agent (in this menu you cannot change the status in services, to which you were added statically via WMS)


On the Integrations screen, you can see the list of connected integrations and their status. Some integrations many need authorization. In this case, there is the button Activate in front of the relevant integrations. Integrations that are connected and do not require authorization are displayed as Active.  

In case there is an integration that is not active for a user and requires authorisation, a notification pops up that leads to Settings -> Integrations tab, where the user can activate the integration. The notification is displayed when opening Info frame with inactive integrations or when using the search.

If you do not want the notifications to be displayed, in Settings -> Integrations, disable the option Allow notifications:

For more details, check out the documentation: How to manage iFrame integrations in x-bees

Check the current version

  • Under Support, tap About 


You are invited to send us feedback, provide suggestions and report problems!

  • Under Support, tap Send Feedback


  • From the Inbox, tap on your user picture in the upper left-hand part of the screen, then tap Log out


Same as with the web version, you can participate in one-on-one chats and in group conversations with your colleagues and external people. 

Group conversations

Create a new conversation

  1. From the Inbox top panel, tap +. The Create conversation screen opens
  2. Enter conversation name and description (optional)
  3. If you want to make the conversation available by link, enable the toggle in front of Available by link option
  4. Tap Next
  5. Add participants and tap Create
    • You can add PBX users, Phonebook contacts, email addresses

If you want external users in the conversation to have read-only access to it, turn the toggle on in front of the Read only conversation option. External members in read-only conversation can view messages, add reactions, add new members to the conversation, but cannot send messages.

Manage a conversation

Inside a conversation, tap on the picture next to its title. The Info screen opens, allowing you to:

  • Schedule: calendar opens enabling you to schedule a conference in the participants' calendars
  • Emailyour email client opens enabling you to send a customized email invitation to all the members
  • Search: search field opens letting you search through the conversation 
  • Add more participants

Tap on a participant to:

  • View profile
  • Send message 
  • Delete member

When you tap View profile, you get the following options:

  • Call the participant
  • Start a conference
  • Send a private message
  • Schedule event
  • Send email invitation

In case of a Salesforce/ HubSpot contact, you also have the following options:

  • Open the contact in Salesforce/ HubSpot
  • Create Task
  • Log Activity 
  • Create a new lead (via Wrong match? button)

Tap More (three dots) to:

  • Turn off notifications: lets you mute conversation for a period of time 
  • Edit the title and description of the conversation
  • Leave conversation

Conversations with external users

For managing conversations with external users, see the documentation: How to manage conversations and meetings with external users.

Start a conference or schedule an event 

Important: participation in a video conference on the x-bees mobile app requires x-bees conference mobile app. Download the x-bees conference mobile app for:

Start a call with all the participants: inside a conversation, click on the Video icon from the upper right-hand part of the screen

Schedule event in the calendar:

  1. Inside a conversation tap on the picture next to its title
  2. Tap Schedule 
    • Make sure you select the correct calendar when scheduling an event from the mobile app

One-on-one conversations

You can start a one-on-one conversation (chat) with any match found in the Search field. It can be a colleague, a phonebook contact, or any external person present in your conversations. 

Start a chat with a colleague or a phonebook contact:

  1. From the Inbox, tap on the Search icon from the upper right-hand part of the screen to open the Search field
  2. Type a name or a phone number to view matches, tap on the match to start a chat

Start a chat with an external person present in your conversations:

  1. From the conversation, tap on the picture next to its title to open the Info screen
  2. Tap on the person and tap Send message

Conversations features: reactions, quote, forward, edit, delete, tagging, file sharing

The features described below are available both in one-on-one and in group conversations.

Inside a conversation, tap and hold on a message to view the available options:

  • Leave a reaction
  • Quote: respond to a particular message
  • Forward: forward a message to another conversation (when forwarding a message, 10 most recent conversations are displayed as initial search results)
  • Copy: copy a message
  • Edit: edit your message (available only for your messages)
  • Delete: delete your message (available only for your messages)

Tag a particular participant in a conversation: type "@" and then select the participant to tag

Send one more multiple files: tap on the paper clip icon from the input field to add your files

Archive or leave a conversation

  • From the Inbox: tap and hold a particular conversation, then tap Archive or tap Leave conversation

You can also access the menu by swiping the necessary conversation to the left:

Conversation tabs

Conversations on the Inbox page in x-bees are split by the following tabs:

  • All: displays all available conversations
  • 1-1: displays one-on-one conversations with internal users 
  • Group: displays group conversations with internal users
  • External: includes both one-on-one and group conversations with external users

The number next to the tab name (for the tabs 1-1, Group, External) corresponds to the number of unread messages in conversations of the relevant tab.

On the All tab, there is no unread message counter - the total number of unread messages is displayed on the Inbox as before. When the new message is received, the counter gets active (blue). In case the tab was opened, but all new messages were not read, the counter becomes grey.  


You can dial any internal or external number. You can search your Colleagues directory and your shared Phonebooks contacts.

Start a call from Dialpad

  1. From the Inbox, tap on the Dialpad icon from the upper right-hand part of the screen
  2. Type a name or a phone number to see the matches from the Colleagues directory or Phonebook contacts; otherwise, type an external number into the field

Make sure you use the preferred mode to generate a call:

  • This device: generates a call via the Wildix PBX on the current device. 
    • Note: You can also choose another device registered to your account, including Web x-bees, hardware phones (WP, W-AIR), W-AIR Headsets. Outgoing and incoming calls are received on the selected device, until another device is chosen. 
  • Callback: you instantly receive a callback to your mobile number from the Wildix PBX and then the outbound call to the destination is generated
  • Mobile: generates a call via your mobile phone using your SIM card operator

Selecting Caller ID for outbound calls 

If you need to make an external call, but don’t want to show your office phone number, you can select the phone number of the relevant service (e.g. tech support, sales, accounting, etc.) before placing a call:

  1. Open the Dialpad and click on the drop-down list at the top 
  2. Select the service (Call group) and make a call

    The call is performed using CID for outbound calls of the selected Call group.
    By default, the option “Personal” is displayed.

Call from Conversation

The Call option is only available in one-on-one conversations with other PBX users: 

  • Tap the Handset icon from the upper right-hand part of the conversation

Call from Favorites tab


  • The support starts from x-bees Web and iOS / Android 
  • Before using the feature, configure function keys (FK) in x-bees -> Favorites tab. For more information, read  x-bees Web User Guide, Favorites tab section.

1. Click on the Favorites tab

2. Tap the function key you want to call

3. Select the Call option from the drop-down list:

Note: function keys also allow you to monitor statuses, pick up calls, change statuses of trunks, timetables and switches, send DTMF etc. Check "Appendix 1: Monitoring of colleagues and features with Function keys" at the end of this guide for more information.

Manage calls 

Note: Call recording is currently available only via the Feature code (*1 by default).

You can see all your active calls from the Inbox and manage them. The handset icon means that currently call is being managed on the web version of x-bees. 

Switch active device: tap the handset icon from the Inbox or from the Active call screen to continue it on the mobile app: 

From the Active call screen, the following options are available:

  • Send DTMF
  • Mute/ unmute
  • Hold/ resume
  • Transfer a call
  • End a call

Clicking on the three dots icon in the bottom right corner of the screen, you also get the following options:

  • Start/ stop video
  • Start/ stop recording



  • Currently there's no ability to filter events in call history by All and Missed
  • Currently there's no ability to listen to your Voicemails. You receive a copy of your Voicemails to email and you can use the feature code to listen to them (81 by default)

Tap on a call to:

  • see the details (duration)
  • call


The tab displays the list of your colleagues split by departments and lets you monitor colleagues presence and status, see who's in a call or a conference, start a call, conversation, send email, etc. 

When you open the Colleagues tab, you can see colleagues of All departments by default. Tap All departments if you want to choose another department. Also, you can use the Search field to look for the necessary colleague:

When a colleague is having a call, you can see the following options besides chat, email and call options:

  • Listen: implies silent intrusion
  • Barge: call intrusion
  • Whisper: partial intrusion


Share items to x-bees

Starting from iOS app v. and Android app v., it is possible to share items (e.g. images, files) to x-bees:

Note: The maximum number of files that can be shared to x-bees at a time is 10.

Appendix 1: Monitoring of colleagues and features with Function keys

Starting from from x-bees Web and iOS / Android, there is Favorites tab with Function keys (configured via x-bees web version), that allow to monitor colleagues and other features. See the list of function keys below:

  • Colleague

    • Monitor status (ringing/in call; dnd/away)

    • Call (tap the function key and select Call)

    • Chat (tap the function key to open conversation)

      Current limitation: Redirect to the conversation from "Colleagues" screen is performed only after an additional tap on a screen

    • Email (tap the function key to open email client)
    • Call pickup (tap the function key while the status is “ringing” and select Pickup)

      When Colleague is having an active call, you can see the following options:

      • Listen: implies silent intrusion
      • Barge: call intrusion
      • Whisper: partial intrusion

  • Park Location
    • Pickup to resume a call

  • Speed Dial

    • Call number configured as speed dial

  • Timetable / Switch / 3 state switch

    • Monitor status (green/yellow/red)

    • Change status (tap the function key and select Call)

  • Group Pick up

    • Pickup a ringing call of user belonging to your ACL group on the same PBX

  • Call group

    • Monitor status (red=incoming call; green=idle)

    • Call a call group (tap the element and select Call)

    • Pickup a ringing call (tap the function key and select Pickup if red)

  • Send DTMF