By default in Lync 2013/Skype for Business, you’ll get messages about the chat rooms that you follow based on the preferences you set in the Persistent Chat Options window.But you can also customize the notification alerts for any rooms whose activity you’re especially interested in.How many times have you been kicked out of that meeting room before you’ve finished your conference call?or start the call on your mobile and when you get to your desk want to transfer the call and upgrade to desktop video?When connecting to a Cisco, Polycom or Life Size endpoint from Ubiety, using wires for content sharing is a thing of the past.
Since we hadn’t used this particular room yet, I was happy to do so. ) However I encountered a minor issue…in the form of an “Invalid Member” message. I had no trouble adding the new user as a contact, or talking with him on Skype.
Am I able to add someone ELSE to the Persistent Chat room? So is the problem with the user account, or Persistent Chat itself? If your account isn’t on the Allowed Members list, you don’t get to use Persistent Chat. Then go to More Options and click “Manage This Room.” (You must log in again, of course.) Then I see the “Edit a Room” window. I’ve also come across a similar issue, where admins aren’t able to add users to Persistent Chat rooms.
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It’s a good idea, although, to find an appropriate name to start with and then stick with it.
Changing a room name can create confusion for users who’ve set up notifications, or added the room as a Favorite.