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Re: [Ring] Please advise how to call between two or more devices with th

From: Philippe Gorley
Subject: Re: [Ring] Please advise how to call between two or more devices with the same Ring username?
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2017 14:05:18 -0400
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On 2017-07-03 09:41 PM, Óvári wrote:

On 03/07/17 07:45, Philippe Gorley wrote:
On 2017-07-02 05:42 AM, Óvári wrote:
1. Yes, could be used for conference calls too; however,

a) Can be used like an intercom between family members or someone who has multiple secretaries

This is possible already.
Strange as it did not work between an Android smartphone and a Linux computer.

Could you provide more details about the expected behaviour, then?

b) A Help Desk so that the calls can be taken by any number of people; however, people calling in only call the one Ring username

Would someone calling help desk be redirected to any available help desk person? It sounds fairly simple to implement if it doesn't work this way already.

2. Having one and the same Ring username contacts will be up-to-date on all devices

I haven't tested this personally, but I am tempted to say this is the current behaviour.
Contacts have been added and accepted on the Linux compute, while the Android smartphone say "Contact request sent". The Android contacts seem to be not yet accepted and hence can not call.

This sounds like a bug. Please file one on tuleap.ring.cx

Please advise if you require a better explanation.

Thank you

On 02/07/17 12:41, Philippe Gorley wrote:
On 2017-07-01 09:00 PM, Óvári wrote:

Please advise how to call between two or more devices with the same Ring username?

Do you mean a conference call?

If this is not the place to ask such a question, would you please advise where this question should be posted.

Thanking you in advance

If anything, I could test these Tuesday when I have access to more computers.

Hope this helps,

Philippe Gorley
Free Software Consultant | Montréal, Qc
Savoir-faire Linux

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