Can we have a published events lobby?

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Hi,

It would be good to "publish" and event so we can have a general lobby for attendees to goto, if they have been unable to find a link, something either attached to our custom landing page or a speicifc events page like - events.bluejeans.com - log in to see the events available or that are publicly availble.

this would help us out for when you have to jumop on an endpoint where you dont for some reason have access to a calendar.

we run into this on setup days when we use loaner laptops to ensure the attendee view is correct while running an event.

thanks
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Posted 3 years ago

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Interesting feedback Ash, thank you. Thinking out loud here - What is any employee could log into Blue Jeans, and regardless of whether or not they are provisioned to organize/schedule events, they could at least SEE events that are open to any employee to join, and join from there?

On the scheduler side, you can choose which ones to make 'internally open to all'.

Something along those lines?
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So was thinking about how the scheduler used to work, i.e. you could opt in for publishing a meeting, then goto : bluejeans.com/personal URL and see all the meetings that were published.

so the event coordinator would have the option to make it a public/private event and if it was published to their public dashboard.

I do also like the idea that an authenticated user could see what Events were published to an enterprise, but i could see this working better if we could do a lot more invitations from within the tool.

there are a number of user stories here i think, happy to have a call to run through some options, or do it next week, when i am in town :D
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OK, let's do that. A quick whiteboard session:)