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Updating reservations using the Web UI
To access reservations you need to login to the Web UI. All you need is a User login.
How reservations appear
Reservations are stored on your corporate Calendaring system (Microsoft Exchange or IBM Domino). As soon as Door Tablet accesses these for the first time, a corresponding reservation record is stored in Door Tablet. This process is automatic and does not require your action if the meetings are on that day, and in rooms already containing an active Door Tablet App. For all other times use the Synchronise function provided by the application. This allows you, for example, to prepare Welcome messages for future meetings.
Click on one of the reservations views and then use the simple facility below to Synchronise reservations. Please note that you only need to do this if there is no current Door Tablet App which displays a room you are interested in or if the meetings are on a future date.
Reservations you have synchronised and edited, adding Welcome messages...
You can edit reservation records and see the Welcome message preview, similar to the way it will show either on Tablets by the meeting rooms, and if you marked these to show on welcome screens, tick the Public check-box.
Please note that you may change the Purpose or Subject of the meeting and this will show on the Tablet or the Welcome TV display. If the meeting subject is changed in Exchange, changes you make here will be ignored.
Review Reservations using the multi-layer calendar
Door Tablet allows you to view reservations in calendar format, providing a good view on rooms occupancy. To modify an entry click on its box in the calendar.
Note: you can only create reservations using either your Calendaring and Scheduling system, via Outlook or Notes, or, using the Tablet App. Additional reservation functions are planned for the Web UI in the near future.