Archive | December, 2011

List and Library on SharePoint

Creating a List and a Library on SharePoint

You can customize pages by displaying lists and libraries on them. It becomes helpful if, for example, you want to have all the documents, calendar, and tasks for a project all on one page. The steps below will show you how to create a List and a Library on SharePoint. i. Creating a List 1. […]

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Conversations in Lync

With Microsoft Lync Online communications software, you can find conversations with a contact, find a recent or missed conversation, or switch between conversations the same way that you switch between other windows [Alt] + [Tab]. i. Checking Conversations To check conversations history on Lync, go to your Lync window and click on Conversations. You can […]

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Connect and Explore Team Site

To connect with SharePoint Online, log in with your Office 365 e-mail account. SharePoint Online interface is divided into Quick access toolbar, ribbon menu, and the main content. Ribbon menu consists of many quick steps to increase your productivity. I. Connecting to your Team Site i. Go to your Office 365 Portal home page by […]

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Lync Call

If you have Voice-over-internet-protocol (VOIP) capability, you will be able to use Microsoft Lync online communications software for voice calls within organization. If you have webcam available you can also use video call just as easily. i. Calling using Lync You can start a phone call with one click. Go to your contacts list, place your […]

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Audio and Video Device on Lync

Microsoft Lync Online communications software detects any compatible communications devices that you are using for audio or video through your computer, such as a headset, webcam, microphone, and speakers. You can also modify the settings to adjust the volume, and check the audio and video quality. i. Setting Audio Options Click on Lync [Options] -> […]

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Instant Messaging on Lync

You can have instant messaging conversations with one or more contacts at the same time. You can specify font type and characteristics, such as bold, underline, italics, and color. You can also insert emoticons and paste text and tables that you copied from other Microsoft Office programs, such as the Microsoft Word word-processing program and […]

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Activity Feeds on Lync

The activity feed list in Lync shows the latest status changes among your contacts, including personal notes, changed pictures, and updated information such as job title and office. You can choose whether to include your information from your contacts’ Activity Feed list. i. View your activity feeds 1. Select Activity feeds on Lync. 2. You […]

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Status Options on Lync 2010

Status options in Lync 2010 specify how your contacts view your status on Microsoft Lync Online communications software. You can set options for inactive and away status changes as well as specify who can see my presence status. i. Changing your status on Lync 2010 You may change your status on Lync depending on your […]

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Contact Card on Lync 2010

Contact Card displays detailed information about people and provides one-click access to several ways of communicating with someone. Lync allows you to send an instant message, start a call, or send an email message directly from someone’s contact card. You can also check free/busy information from the person’s Microsoft outlook calendar, schedule a meeting, and […]

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Privacy Relationship on Lync 2010

Privacy relationships control how much of your presence information you want your contacts to see. Contacts are assigned to five different relationships and each relationship provides access to a different set of information. For example, all new contacts are automatically listed as Colleagues in your organizations when you add them. Therefore they can see more of your […]

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