How do I know what Groups I belong to? How do I take myself out of a group?

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on October 17, 2007

Roles based calling is one of the most powerful Vocera features. Some of our users quickly take to the concept quickly; others are confused or nervous about it. The beautiful thing about calling role is that you can get to a responsible party, without knowing someone’s name.
All users belong to Departments and Groups. Sometimes users need to be in a group only temporarily. There are “roles” that change every shift, and Vocera allows users in those roles to add and remove themselves from the group. To add or remove yourself from a group, say “Add me to [Name of Group]” (e.g. “Add me to E D Charge Nurse”).

To remove yourself from a group called “Pediatrics,” you would say “Remove me from Pediatrics”.

    To find out what group(s) you belong to, say “What groups am I in?”

      To find out who belongs to any group, say “Who is a member of [name of group]?” For example, to find out who is in the group Pediatrics, you’d say: “Who is a member of Pediatrics?”

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