Determine if the requester is a UBC Faculty & Staff. If so, they are classified as Administrative. Administrative users are:
Examples of Administrative user bookings include space for:
Department room managers reserve the right to bump any user group in their respective space if necessary. Non-departmental, commercial and external groups need to contact the Central Booking Office and may have applicable charges.
To book a meeting room for departmental use, follow the steps below:
1 - From the Inbox, select New Items > Meeting or in the Calendar, select New Meeting. You also can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+Q to create a new meeting request.
2 - In the Subject field, enter a description of the meeting. For some rooms, anyone can see the meeting subject. Do not type anything in the Subject field that should not be displayed.
Select the desired start and end time. This can be changed after selecting a room depending on availability.
3 - Switch to scheduling assistant to add attendees and rooms.
4 - Add a room to the meeting in one of the following ways:
To book a specific room, click the Add Room button and search for “UBCO” to filter the list to UBC Okanagan. You can also find available rooms by using the "Advanced Find" and enter the building in the Office field. Example "EME" will show available rooms in the EME building.
5 - Find available room times in one of the following ways:
When you're done setting up your meeting, switch back to the Appointment View and click Send.
You will receive a confirmation email with one of the following:
Note, your booking is not confirmed until you receive the approved email notification, and will also show up in the room availability calendar.
Article ID: 958
Created On: Fri, Feb 1, 2019 at 11:43 AM
Last Updated On: Tue, Nov 3, 2020 at 1:59 PM
Authored by: Justin Avdich
Online URL: https://knowit.ok.ubc.ca/article/how-to-book-departmental-meeting-rooms-using-outlook-958.html