BlueJeans Relay Touch

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Hello

I implementing BlueJeans Relay Touch in one of our meeting rooms today (just for testing) and i am really surprised about this feature! Absolut great and one bis step forward for easy accessibility in Meeting Rooms and Systems, conference dial in is absolut easy! I am sure we will deploy this in all our meeting rooms!
Is it allowed to use it in Meeting Rooms without Room System just to display the daily meetings (with and without BlueJeans)?

Matthias
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Lucas Phelps

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We also love the idea of using it in our conference rooms even if it doesn't work with our room system, as a calendaring kiosk.  It would be really cool if it would show the room in half-hour chunks and if the room isn't scheduled, someone could book it AT the room.



 
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Is this the iPad version? what did you use to mount it/charge it?
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This should not be an BlueJeans App ;-) It is a Conference Room Status App...
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Sorry, I should have clarified. This is just some google image I found of a 3rd party scheduling product.

Check out the paragraph about his enclosure/power:  http://edhammond.blogspot.com/2013/04/ipad-conference-room-meeting.html

Another: http://www.ipadwallbracket.com/

http://www.door-tablet.com/door-app/WALL-MOUNTs

Having something similar to this mounted inside the conference room door, on a nearby wall would be pretty slick.



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Thanks Matthias, glad you like it.

You can certainly use the calendar portion of the Relay platform without using the endpoint control portion. When you provision an endpoint in Relay, just leave blank all the Endpoint Control fields (control protocol, IP address, username, password), and fill in the Calendar ID field (under Scheduling). Also make sure your endpoint has a Name (and a Listener Service, if you're using an Exchange calendar). Click the save button.

Upcoming meetings should then appear on the tablet and REST API, whether or not they contain a Blue Jeans meeting URL.

Hello
Do you plan a Browserversion of the Relay Client?
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This would be an awesome feature for our Mac-based conference room clients. We use Mac Minis and now the BlueJeans app. It would be awesome for some kind of connector that would allow them to click the next meeting in that room and allow interoperability with Google Calendar. This would eliminate the need to input a meeting ID and allow our users to jump into their meetings faster!
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Yeah, we're planning to build the browser feature too. Thanks for the feedback!