Microsoft Lync Lync 2013

Lync 2013

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Duration: 1.5
  • Language: English
  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Audience: Microsoft Lync users

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e-learning Tutorials: designed as a learning experience, not just "watch someone do it".

In a (good) live class, teachers talk about why you would want to do something, real-world applications, and hidden power-tips. Good teachers also review to tell you what the important points to remember are. So why are these things almost always missing in video learning? We don't just show. We teach!

Our videos are designed for you to follow along in real life.

When you take a class, the teacher explains concepts, shows you how, reviews the important points, and asks you to try it yourself, right?  That's how our videos work. They even pause themselves while you give your new skills a whirl.

We teach more than just button pushing; Also learn skills, theories, and ideas!

Have you ever watched a video tutorial online? They just showed you something and left you to figure out the practical application, right? Not us! We want you to really learn.

Practice assignments to help with retention

When you learn something new, you have to practice, right? Sometimes new students are at a loss for what they should do to build retention. That's why we have practice assignments, to advise you what to try by yourself. It's like homework that you'll like! Plus, you don't have to turn it in.


Microsoft Lync is an enterprise-ready communications platform. With Lync, users can keep track of their contacts’ availability; send an IM; start or join an audio, video, or web conference; or make a phone call all through an easy to use interface.

You’ll learn the new face of corporate communication. Users know Lync as an instant messenger, but it does much more. Make free calls, broadcast a meeting, or set up video chat. Lync is the easy all-in-one solution.  


Users of Microsoft Office at work should look into Lync, as its built to fully integrate with Microsoft Office. The Microsoft Lync 2010 desktop client is available for Windows and for Mac and mobile versions are available for Windows Phone, iPhone/iPad, and Android devices.

Topics Covered


  • Introduction to Lync 2013
  • Signing In and Out of Lync
  • Overview of Lync 2013 Interface
  • Presence Indicators
  • Managing Contacts
  • Communicating with Lync
  • Using Instant Messaging
  • Tabbed Conversations
  • Promoting an IM Conversation
  • Tracking Conversation History

Collaboration and Meetings

  • Lync Online Meetings
  • Presenting in an Online Meeting
  • Ending a Meeting
  • Scheduling a Meeting in Outlook
  • Converting to a Lync Meeting
  • Granting Control of Your Desktop
  • Uploading Content and Using the Whiteboard
  • Creating a Meeting Poll
  • Setting Lync Options

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