As a chat room manager, you control most of the settings of the chat rooms you manage.
In addition to creating your own persistent chat rooms, you can change their privacy levels, assign additional responsibilities to room managers, and add or remove members.
As the manager of a room you've created, you can add others as managers to share management duties.
Your administrator can also limit the pool of users from which you and other chat room managers can select members.If you come across limitations (that is, you find you can’t change a room setting or you can’t add a specific user as a member of your room), check with the Skype for Business administrator to see if there are restrictions in place.It's a great way to share face time, do business, or just have fun with friends and family around the world.This article will show you what you need to do to set up a video call on Skype.As the room manager, you can control who can join the closed or secret rooms you create.
You’re automatically a member of any closed or secret room you create. But anyone you add must appear in the pool of potential members for the room category that your room belongs to. If you’re the manager of a chat room, you’ll see your name in the Managers box on the chat room’s Room card.
Finally, you can disable a room to lock out members.
Here is a list of actions and what you can and can’t do as a room manager.
When persistent chat is first installed, your Skype for Business administrator creates a list of potential chat room participants.
After this list is set up, the administrator might create subcategories in a chat room category based on organizational needs.
The scope of a particular category identifies all the users and groups that can be members of a chat room in the original category.