At the moment, you have to option to automatically start Lync when I log into Windows, which also includes to automatically log me into Lync as well. I suggest that these 2 options be separated, so I can choose to auto run Lync when I log into Windows, without auto sign-in to Lync. Thanks.
unlike all other telephony systems including mobile phones where, in the call logs the start time of the call is displayed , however in SFB client the end time is displayed in call logs making it useless to the user to know when the call was actually made.
When you "Invite More People" to an existing Lync discussion, it would be nice to have something in the chat window like "[someone] entered the discussion" or "[someone] exited the discussion".
This is a similar feature we have in WhatsApp. We have to select a particular message and reply.
It would be good if we have the feature in Conference & Peer to Peer IM Sessions.
Tap the message to highlight, and tap Reply.
Then, type and send your response.
While UCMA is having enormous benefits of letting the users create multiple users , the restriction to have only audio endpoints and audio flow undermines the usage as everyone wants to test the video as well when other endpoints are involved. This would help to a lot in testing the different endpoints.
would be kind of cool to be able to see who a Lync contact is on the phone with on Contact Card (in right privacy group)
Support for managing input and output devices with USB headsets, handsets (ala Polycom CX300)
I'd really like to see Gamification of all the more unused features of Lync such as Video chat, group chat and such like. By doing this, adoption would increase along with end user learning and encourage the entire solution to be used instead of bits of it, such as IM etc.
Can be usefull to catch up previous messages of a conversation when conversation continue.
Currently, every time a new message arrive, the scroll bar go down ... and user has to scroll up to catch up previous message. Just boring ...
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Instead of requiring registry changes, such as those mentioned at http://www.lyncblogspot.com/2013/03/lync-2013-language-im-translator.html
In Outlook, if you elevate an email to an IM conversation, the original email is not marked as read.
Ego Feed alerts work great. But if you already have a specific room open in the client, any related alerts for that room should be suppressed.
If you right click on a pchat room in the Lync 2013 client, you can broadcast a message. But you can't drag more chat rooms into that list. You have to close it and then select all of the chat rooms and right click. It would be nice if you could drag and drop chat rooms into the list if the dialog box is already open.
Currently, if you choose to login with a presence of other than "Available", Lync logs in an Available, and quickly changes to your desired presence. That little blip of Available is misleading and annoying.