Some fresh air is great, but you don’t always have the time to travel to and from a meeting. There is an alternative.
Did you know that you can meet with your colleagues around the University, from your desk, using the teleconferencing and video conferencing* features on your computer?
(*video conferencing is available if you have a camera on your computer)
In Microsoft Outlook Calendar:
- Click New Skype Meeting on the Home ribbon
- Add your participants (as you would normally add recipients to an email) so that each recipient will receive an invitation
You’ll notice in the body of the meeting there is a link to Join Skype Meeting.
- Complete the other details of the meeting and Send the invitation as you normally would.
- When the meeting time is due: you, and each participant, click Join Skype Meeting and a conference between you and all the
participants will be formed.
You can also use this feature for external meetings – eg, with people external to UC – even if they don’t have Skype!
For other ways to make the most of your Skype for Business tools, see these other Skype for Business Basic Tasks.
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