Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Resuming a conversation, part of Learning Lync Online.
- One nice feature of Lync 2013…is the ability to continue conversations that have ended.…For example, if you were speaking with someone…via instant messaging yesterday,…closed up that conversation, then wanted to add something,…you don't have to start a new conversation.…You can go back to that old conversation…and continue where you left off.…That's what we're going to do.…What it means is, switching from our Contacts view here…to our Conversations, give that a click,…and you'll see by default a list of all your communications,…whether they were instant messaging, phone calls,…even video calls if you had any,…and you can go back to any of these…and send an instant message,…start another phone call, a video call,…let's go back to a recent one here with Claire Lucille.…
We hover over this icon area on the left-hand side,…where we can, ah, send an instant message.…But this time we're not starting a new conversation,…by clicking it we're gonna see…all of the old information at the top.…This is the original conversation we had…
- What is Microsoft Lync?
- Finding, adding, and grouping contacts
- Starting audio and video conference calls
- Using Lync's instant messaging
- Desktop, application, and whiteboard sharing
- Recording meetings
- Using Lync contacts in Outlook
- Sharing OneNote notes in Lync
- Sharing Lync and Skype contacts