IBM Sametime design
In Sametime 8.5 and later releases, you can designate one or more managers of your meeting room. Managers have the same capabilities as room owners -- setting permissions, changing room settings, ending meetings, and so on:
I'm curious to know how many of you out there are using this feature? If so, under what circumstances? Are you finding that you want to share "ownership" of some rooms with other people -- for example, a meeting with a co-chair? Or do you have one person who creates rooms for other people, using the room management feature as a way of passing the room to the person who will actually chair it?
Thanks in advance for your input!
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Sheri Branco - Lotus User Experience Research
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I'm curious how many of you use the Chat Window preference setting "Display when my partner closes the chat window"?
When we first created that preference, the goal was to make it easier to not have never-ending good-bye's in chats, where each person continues to feel obligated to respond:
But we've had that preference for a while now, and I'm wondering, given the prevalence of chat today, if perhaps that setting is no longer needed. I've had some people say they truly don't like it, because they always close windows automatically, and then they're afraid people feel dismissed. But others like to know, so they don't cause the chat window to pop open again when their chat partner is done.
What do you think?
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We're hoping to see you this year at Lotusphere! Here is a list of Sametime UX breakout sessions.
ID501: What's New in IBM Lotus Sametime
Amy Travis and Rob Ingram
Tuesday, Feb 1. 1:30 - 2:30 PM
ID504: IBM Lotus Sametime Mobile: Native Meetings and Messaging
Joe Scherpa and Steve Babin
Tuesday, Feb 1. 4:45 - 5:45 PM
ID507: SUT Today and Tomorrow
Tracee Wolf and David Marshak
Wednesday, Feb 2. 10:00 -11:00 AM
ID503: Lotus Sametime Meetings: Today, Tomorrow and Beyond
Amy Travis and Ron Pontrich
Wednesday, Feb 2. 1:30 - 2:30 PM
ID510: Using Voice and Video in IBM Lotus Sametime
Jodi Rexford and Tracee Wolf
Wednesday, Feb. 2. 3:00 - 4:00 PM
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Listen to an overview of the Sametime sessions in our Unified Communications and Collaboration podcast. A great podcast to listen to on the plane to help you figure out what sessions to attend at Lotusphere 2011! Our product managers and designers provide a sneak peak at each of the sessions.
Hey, Sametime Meetings users. :-)
Sametime 8.5.2 introduced an End Meeting button for the room owner:
Right now, when you click that button, it kicks out everyone *but you*. Is this the behavior you expect? It allows you to run back-to-back meetings in the same room... but it does mean you have to take an extra step to leave the room yourself (i.e., close the window).
What do you think?
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Please see the cross post on Mary Beth's blog regarding admin roles, to help our admin designer Michelle McDevitt understand your business needs and perspectives.