Currently Lync/O365 allows a user to choose their photo and everyone sees that image. Some users don't have photos, some have obscure photos or random images. Given the status bar showing who's in a conversation shows only people's images (when in its minimal form / saving screen real estate) it's hard to tell who's in the conversation. Being allowed to define an image for your contacts which overrides their image should ...more »
As a user, I'd like to see a visual cue when one of my contacts' status changes. For example, John goes offline, and just after modifying his status, the background color of his name turns some configurable color and then fades. The fade interval should be variable with a slider in the UI or some other means of changing the duration of the fade-out. This indication would immediately draw my eye to Lync and keep tabs ...more »
in Skype4B, when network is preventing login, you receive a modal dialog, which must be dismissed before clicking Login again.
Please change this to a non-modal message (in the main client window) and have an option to automatically try again on some schedule or when network status changes.
I think could result in a bettere user experience to place the PowerPoint presentation loading bar in the main confernece Windows, where at this moment you see only a generic "Loading in progress", without a bar or percentage.
You can see a bar only is you "hover" on the monitor icon, but this is not very intuitive.
Nothing worse than sending a IM at the wrong time when someone has their desktop shared.
It would be great if the status graphic could go a special color like blue or something.
it would be nice to have the ability to centrally configure user settings on behalf of a user from LSCP/PS/remotely. For example: change the ring tone across the board, or other setting.
Either via Powershell or LSCP. (not SEFAUTIL :-)