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You’ve purchased Teem licenses, now what? The checklists on this page will help you round up the team members needed to get Teem up and running, and walk you through the steps to a successful deployment.
Congratulations! You're on your way to a happier, more efficient workplace. This list will walk you through the most essential steps to getting your Teem Rooms up and running.
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Certain room display enclosures have long lead times, so if you're planning on mounting displays outside of your rooms, we suggest getting enclosures ordered ASAP. Of course, you don't have to wait for them to arrive to set your Teem account live –you can begin collecting data and using Teem booking tools before a single display is mounted!Hardware Supported Devices for Eventboard
Default settings are inherited throughout the organization. By going through and setting the defaults you will ensure that Teem functions in the way that you want, and that it is consistent. You can always override default settings at more local levels.Default Settings
Create the hierarchy of Campus, Building, Floor and Space. This defines Teem structure, and is a vital backbone to what we do.How to Create a Room
This is the process of assigning your calendars to Teem rooms, and finalizes the Teem Connection with your calendar system.How to Tie Calendars to Rooms Support
Teem permissions are applied by defining permissions for a group, then adding users to that group. I.e. Admins should be part of a group with elevated permissions within Teem. End users should be part of a different group that only has access to Employee Tools. You can also make a group for designers that gives them permission to manage room display themes.Managing User Groups and Permissions
Enabling health monitoring will ensure that you're alerted when devices go offline. To do this, we need to know where health emails should go. This setting is a global setting.Set Up Health Monitoring
In order to run our EventBoard app on your conference room displays, you’ll need to connect the devices to your company’s Teem account.How to Add, Move, or Delete EventBoard Devices
Not all rooms should have the same settings. Identify which spaces should have exceptions to defaults, and then apply them.EventBoard Display Settings
While all the other booking tools (besides room displays) are automatically accessible with a user account, the Outlook Add-in must be enabled by an Exchange or Office 365 Admin. The Teem Outlook Add-in brings the features you love from Teem (filters for room location, capacity, and amenities) into Outlook.Teem Outlook Add-in
Once you've configured Teem rooms per the above list, you're ready to set up more advanced Teem settings.
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The Teem mobile app gives users the ability to find and book rooms and desks on the fly.Teem Mobile App
Customizing the screen of your EventBoard devices turns your office into a branded experience that will make a powerful impression on anyone who visits. DIY customizable themes and professionally customized themes are available. Themes can be applied at any level of the space hierarchy.Custom Themes
Teem maps are used in FlightBoard and the EventBoard room displays. They provide an easy visual on red light green light on space availability, and interactive booking when used through EventBoard.Set up Maps
Adding amenities and capacities to your spaces will allow your users to filter by those fields to find the right room for their meeting, and to use work requests.Amenities for Rooms and Desks
Using Work Requests, your employees can report issues on certain room amenities (such as Apple TV, monitors, chairs, etc.) to the appropriate contact(s) within the organization from the room display or their Teem account.Work Requests
Inspired by airport flight status monitors, FlightBoard shows real-time status for the meeting rooms in your organization. Display it on centrally located monitors to help employees get where they're going.FlightBoard
Take advantage of our direct integration with Aruba beacons for wayfinding and quickbooking.Aruba Beacons
Use our API and web hooks to build a custom integration (or have us do it for you). From integrating Teem with your sensor of choice for automated utilization sensing and check-in/check-out, or you want to create a countdown clock for the inside of your conference rooms to keep meeting attendees on schedule. The possibilities are limitless. Give us a call if you want help.Teem API
Use Teem Desks to create reservable desks with attached amenities for productive desk hoteling. Once you've purchased Teem Desk licenses, you can configure your desks and allow employees to book them in a few easy steps.
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First, create your desks in your Teem account.Desk Spaces
Adding amenities to your desks will allow your users to filter by those fields to find the right desk for their needs.Amenities for Desks
Teem permissions are applied by defining permissions for a group, then adding users to that group. I.e. Admins should be part of a group with elevated permissions within Teem. End users should be part of a different group that only has access to Employee Tools.Managing Users
The Teem mobile app gives users the ability to find and book desks (and Teem rooms if you have them) on the fly.Teem Mobile App
Once you've purchased LobbyConnect licenses, streamlined visitor management is just a few steps away. Follow this list to get up and running in no time.
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First, create the your lobbies.Create a Lobby
Assign devices to the lobbies that you created in the admin dashboard.Manage LobbyConnect Devices
Using visitor types allows you to set the fields and contract that each visitor type is required to fill out at check-in, and then use that data to inform business decisions by exporting visitor logs and utilizing visitor Insights. Examples of visitor types are: Delivery, Family, Guest, Food, etc.Managing Visitor Types
Set up a contract such as an NDA, waiver, or other type of agreement that you can require guests to sign when checking in with LobbyConnect.Visitor Contracts
Pair LobbyConnect with a compatible wireless printer to enable visitors to print their own photo ID badges, which can be custom designed by your web developer.Visitor Badges
When visitors check in with LobbyConnect, they are asked to select their host (if this field is turned on for their Visitor Type. LobbyConnect will then notify the selected host of their guest’s arrival, so long as Visitor Notifications are turned on. This step is where you add the hosts to the system.Importing LobbyConnect Visitors
When a visitor checks in, LobbyConnect can send a few types of notifications. It can notify the person the guest is there to see (aka the host) via SMS, email or chat, or if the visitor is on the Visitor Watchlist (often used for security or VIP purposes), LobbyConnect will notify the owner of the Visitor Watchlist.Visitor Arrival Notifications
By default, LobbyConnect comes with a screensaver featuring a variety of images, but you can customize your screensaver using your own images.Customize LobbyConnect Screen
With our Visitor Watchlist feature, the employee that you designate to receive the alert – such as the building's security manager – will get an email whenever anyone who meets certain criteria uses LobbyConnect to check in. In addition to improving security, it allows you to have better overall awareness of who is entering your space.Employee Notifications Webhooks
LobbyConnect offers a variety of integrations, including iOffice, Box, and Slack, as well as APIs, webhooks, and a Zapier integration.Teem Integrations