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In meeting presence status

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You can see if a Circuit user is booked in a meeting on their calendar before trying to reach them. An In Meeting status message will automatically appear next to their name when you are connected via Circuit with the Exchange or Google connector and the other user is on the same mail server as you. In Meeting will only be shown when a person’s status is busy on their calendar, but not for tentative meetings or Out of office status.

You have to enable In meeting status feature in Circuit Labs.

On the web client and Desktop App you have to configure the Microsoft Exchange or Google account.

On the web client and Desktop App, you can see a person’s In Meeting status message:

  • In the header of a direct the conversation, next to a user’s presence icon.

  • In the Details tab of a 1-to1 conversation.

    A message is displayed above the User details section to indicate that the person has a meeting.

    The end time of the meeting is also displayed.

  • In a group conversation, navigate to Details tab. Click on a participant’s name to open the user’s profile.

    A message is displayed above the User details section to indicate that the person has a meeting.

    The end time of the meeting is also displayed.

Note:

The person’s presence status icon does not change in Circuit based on their calendar status. What does change is the text next to the icon. If a person’s Circuit presence status is Online, Offline or Away, the presence status changes to In Meeting only in the header of the direct conversation and the presence icon remains the same.

Note: In case you are not connected to Microsoft Exchange or Google, or the person you are looking for is not on the same mail server as you, then the presence message will not change.

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