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Campaign: Lync Server

Better Response Groups

The current response groups are incredibly basic. I'd like to see something a bit more advanced even if its not a full fledged solution.

 

1. Better queue monitoring

2. Listen in and call recording

3. Office closed for weather message function

4. Better reporting

 

There are tons of very expensive add on ACD/Contact center solutions but MS could make this part of the product functional with some small improvements.

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206 votes

Campaign: Lync Client

Request to take control (for helpdesk)

We have deployed Lync across the company and we want to use it for HelpDesk to shadow users. It would be great for a way to 'take control' of the user's PC without the end user having to initiate it (ie. HelpDesk should initiate the control request and the end user would just see an 'accept/decline' popup)??

 

Curretnly the user has to offer the helpdesk technician control...

 

Cheers, Mike

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159 votes

Campaign: Lync Client

Rule based call forwarding

The user should be able to forward calls based on different criteria:

 

• Caller number

• Caller is in the user’s contact List

• The presence status

• Caller Privacy Relationship

• Time

• Out of office (Exchange) status

• Etc.

 

The forwarded calls should be able to be transferred to the following destinations:

 

• Other Lync user

• UM voicemail

• PSTN/mobile number

• RGS

• Team call group

• Etc.

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125 votes

Campaign: Lync Client

Additional/Expansion of Emoticons

It would be great if there were an add-on or additional downloadable sets of emoticons to expand the set of emoticons that currently exist. I know I am not the only person who wishes there were emoticons that are more useful. Why is there no "Thumbs Up" but there is an image of a sheep? I don't think a sheep has ever come up in any Lync conversation I've had. I'm sure the community would be able to provide additional ...more »

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94 votes

Campaign: Lync Client

Lync client for Mac improvements

Lync for Mac helps improve the user experience on the mac, but here are some features that are still missing that would be nice to have: - Upload a PowerPoint - White board and Polls - Recording - E911 - Manage Team Call and Delegate settings - Attendee client for Mac - USB "Better Together" with Lync Phone Edition (moved to own idea)-Support for managing input and output devices with USB headsets, handsets (ala Polycom ...more »

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92 votes

Campaign: Lync Client

Remove steps from the Lync 2013 Client call transfer process

Lync 2013 has made it even harder than before to transfer a call. Now it takes a hover and 2 clicks before you can key the party you want to transfer the call to. If the user mistakenly clicks instead of hovering on the "handset/mike" icon, they end up accidentally muting themself - presumably at a time that they're still talking to the caller whilst trying to make this complicated transfer process appear seamless. ...more »

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88 votes

Campaign: Lync Server

Push IMs To All Clients

I have a mobile client, a web client and a desktop client and I regularly lose instant messages because the Lync server routes them to the last logged in client instead of all clients. Or more accurately Lync offers the IM to all signed in devices to be received. If the IM is not received within a period of time, Lync defaults to accepting it on the last active endpoint. In practice what happens is you do something ...more »

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60 votes

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