Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x -- About Teams

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Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 6.x > Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server > Configuring > Setting Up the Audio Server




Authorized Cisco Unified MeetingPlace users can create and modify teams (lists of Cisco Unified MeetingPlace users), which all users can use when scheduling meetings or outdialing from a meeting. System administrators can limit the number of teams an authorized user can create.


To Define Teams
  1. Open MeetingTime, click the Register Book, and select the Teams tab.
    Currently defined teams display in the Names list. Clicking a team in this list displays the properties of that team in the Team Information area.
  2. Add, change or delete teams, as follows.


To Do This

Add a team

Click the New button. Enter information about that team for Team Information, then click Save .

Note: You can include up to 200 members in each team.

Change a team

Click the team to change. Change settings for Team Information, then click Save .

Include or change details about the team

With the team information displayed, click Details . You can add or change the team description, the ID of the person who last modified the team, or the date and time the team was modified.

Delete a team

Click the team to delete, and click the Delete button.

Search for teams in the database

Click the ' Find Teams ' button (the magnifying glass above the Names list), enter search information in the Directory window, then click OK .


The system searches for teams by name or number. If the Name or Number field is blank, all teams are found and displayed. Clicking the Add button also displays the Directory window.


For details about team attributes, see the Properties of Teams.


Properties of Teams

Table: Properties of Teams describes team properties.


Caution! All teams are public because users can see and use them for inviting or outdialing purposes.


Table: Properties of Teams
Property Description

Name

The name of the team. Each name must be unique. This is a required entry.

Number

A numeric identifier of the team, used to access teams from a touch-tone phone. Each number must be unique. This value is required.

Owner

The name of the team owner or creator. This is a read-only field.

Editable by Others?

Whether information about this team can be modified by others. By default, teams are non-editable.

Members

Displays a list of all team members.

Description (from the Details button)

A description of the team. You can enter up to 127 characters in this description field.

Last Modified (from the Details button)

For shared teams, this field displays the user ID of the person who last modified the team. For non-shared teams, this field always displays the team creator.

Last Modified (from the Details button)

For shared teams, this field displays the date and time of the last modification. For non-shared teams, this field always displays the date and time when the team was created.

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