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If your meeting involves four participants or fewer, you can use the RingCentral Meetings app to create and join ad-hoc meetings.
For meetings that involve more than four people please schedule a BlueJeans video conference through the service desk.
Good news! Our support structure remains the same and we are still able to provide technical support for most issues remotely. Request support as you normally would through the helpdesk. We may ask you to download and install remote support tools for some issues.
With heavier than normal demand for telecommunication services, the BlueJeans service may experience occasional outages. Please refer to their official status page for the most up-date service information:
With heavier than normal demand for telecommunication services, the RingCentral service may experience occasional outages. Please refer to their official status page for the most up-date service information:
Yes! The RingCentral app is available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Download and install the RingCentral app, and sign in using your NSHE credentials. You will then be able to make and receive calls as if you were using your office phone.
For detailed instructions on setting up RingCentral on your mobile device take a look at our RingCentral app for smartphones – setup and use guide
Yes. The following guide provides steps to take when transferring a call using the RingCentral App:
- While you’re on a call on your smartphone, tap Call actions -> Transfer to start the transfer process.
- The following screen will appear. From here you’ll can choose a contact, or tap the ‘number pad’ icon () in the upper-right to enter a number you already know:
- From the Number pad screen dial the number or extension you’re transferring to, then tap one of the three buttons at the bottom to Ask first (“warm transfer”), Transfer now (“blind transfer”) or send the caller directly to Voicemail.
Microsoft Teams can be downloaded from the Microsoft site at https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads
Here are just a few reasons…
- Simplified communication. Resume a conversation at any time or even send a file when someone is offline.
- Easier collaboration. Reduce the need to juggle between multiple applications with a single “hub” for your project notes, Office files, conversations and meetings.
- Communicate naturally. Enchance your communications with @mentions to get a specific team members attention, or add some fun to the chat with easily searchable memes and GIFs
The following video from Microsoft provides a great demonstration of the unique “Channels” feature in Microsoft Teams.
Desktop notifications are enabled by default for direct Chat/IM conversations but not for Channels. If you are a member of several Teams this might be desirable to limit the amount of distractions coming your way. If you would like to turn on notifications for an important Team Channel, please do the following:
- Open Microsoft Teams, then open the Team for which you would like to enable notifications.
- Click the ellipsis icon next to the desired channel
- Select the “Channel Notifications” option from the ellipsis menu.
- Click the drop down beside All new posts and select Banner and feed for desktop notifications
- Check the box next to Include all replies
- Click Save to confirm the change
At this time the “Team” groups need to be set up by an administrator. Anyone who wants to create a Team can email the service desk (email@example.com) to request the group name and members to include.