January 26th, 2017


13 Workplace Analytics Every IT Leader Should Track

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With our new Outlook add-in, any employee in your company can reap the benefits of booking with Teem without leaving their existing work calendar. This means that you can go about setting up your meetings per usual: invite participants, select the best date and time based on your participants' calendars. Then, using the add-in, choose the room(s) that work best for your meeting based on location, capacity and amenity filters (for example, you can filter down to available rooms in a given location that seat five people and have video conferencing, whiteboards and a projector).

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The Teem Outlook add-In is built to scale, so deploying it is a breeze:

  1. Create Teem user accounts for all of your employees that will be using the add-in. We recommend setting up all your users through SSO or SAML to make employee sign-in and user management easy.
  2. Add the add-in to your account from the Exchange Admin Center via URL, then push it to specific groups or the entire company in a few clicks.
  3. That's it! Next time your employees log into Outlook (web or desktop) and create an event, the add-in will be there waiting for them.

The Outlook Add-In is available to all customers and there's no additional cost per user or room. Out of the gates we support Office365, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016. Outlook 2007 and 2010 are just around the corner.

If you're ready to get started, head over to the support article for setup instructions.

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