Never Miss a Skype for Business Notification Again In early 2016 I wrote a post titled, Making Sure You See Skype for Business Notifications—No Matter What!. In said post I reviewed a notification app called SuperToast, made by Modality Systems.
You have a normal conversation in Skype for Business via Instant Messaging. The next day, you need to check the status of a task. You recall you mentioned this task in yesterday’s conversation. Better go check it in Conversation History.
We’re working on a big post (again!). It’s directly in response to a reader comment, and deals with a critical part of Skype for Business adoption. In the meantime, as I promised, here are the results of the Lync Polls
Yes, we’re talking both Teams and Lync today. Old and new. First, the Teams part. Microsoft continues to expand Teams’ capabilities as the weeks progress. I saw a tweet yesterday from Randy, of the “Randy’s Lync and UC Blog,” talking
New Features, More Power in Latest Attendant Pro Last year I did a two-part review of Attendant Pro, made by Landis Computer. Those posts remain some of my most-trafficked. Software Review: Attendant Pro Part 1 Software Review: Attendant Pro Part
A reader comment drew my attention to this post from way back in 2011: 3 Ways to Start Conversations With Lync Auto-Contact URLs They asked a simple question: “Could you do this (set auto-contact URLs) with a Skype for Business
The other day, a reader commented with this question. “Is there an option in Skype4B to have it set up where your chat does NOT blink or pop up on your screen? I would like just an icon on my
“It makes audio conferencing a visual experience.” That’s what my colleague Stephen had to say when I asked him about the RealPresence Trio. He, along with the rest of the Lync/Skype4B team, spent some time working with the Trio these
A reader sent in a Lync Server/Active Directory support request the other day. I responded, but they solved it without much input from us (a credit to their fast troubleshooting skills!). Afterward, we discussed their solution, and I asked if
The end of the year creeps up on us. When it does, I like to look through my list of collected blog post ideas, and see which I should tackle before 2016. I realized there’s one question I haven’t explicitly