Google Chrome Extension doesn't provide unique meeting ID's.

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Really disappointed in the Google Chrome extension. I have just found out that if you use this integration (which by the way was one reason we signed up to BlueJeans) you do NOT get different meeting ID's. This is a HUGE issue for Rocketfuel as our Executive admins manage multiple execs calendars and clearly can't have the same ID for each. I am told the work around is to use the BJN interface to create the meeting, send it to your self, then edit and add participants to invite. What was an elegant and integrated step has now become a VERY sore spot for people using BJN at Rocket Fuel. Hoping there is a better solution.
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Greg Wasson

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Tedd Fox, Official Rep

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Hi Greg!

Sorry this is a pain point for Rocketfuel.
This is totally in the roadmap for the Browser extensions!  
We have a couple of other items to tackle first, but this is totally on the list of items to tackle in the next couple of releases. #staytuned
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Also needed in the web interface with delegation rights

It would beneficial if the BJ user can delegates calender control to the BJ user who is also an admin for that person. -- just like any other calendering systems.

We see this to be huge advantage for people who are still providing admin support to executives.
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Totally on the roadmap for this year!  #staytuned
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Katherine Maack

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Was this functionality ever added? I still only ever have the same meeting ID when I create BlueJeans meetings using the Chrome extension.
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Its not been added yet. We have added your enterprise name in "customers" field for this feature request ticket.

Thank you,
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Sunil Jayaprakash

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The "BlueJeans for Google Calendar" Extension 2.0 now has support to schedule unique one-time meetings.