Let other users know where you are

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on June 16, 2008

Recently one of our customers asked if there was a way, when going off the Vocera network, to let other users know where they were instead of only hearing that the user was “not currently on the network”. This would also help determine that a wireless problem was not to blame.

Recording a greeting was the perfect solution for this. Just issue the command “Record a Greeting” and you can record a message that will be played when you are unreachable (i.e. “I’m currently at lunch and will return at 1pm”). The caller will then be given the opportunity to leave a message.

To Remove your greeting, issue the command “Erase Greeting”.
To Hear your greeting, issue the command “Playback Greeting”.

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