Meeting room management articles
We're glad to announce our newest partner, IAdea
Few companies can excel at both Hardware and Software. Luckily, well planned partnerships can fill in the gaps.
Check out the new look, find out about the improved features and why you should be using YArooms Outlook add-in
You love Outlook for keeping track of your emails, but you also love YArooms for booking your meetings. We’ve been working hard these past few months to make your Outlook room booking experience more enjoyable by overhauling our Outlook add-in’s appearance. Let’s take a look at what’s new!
A tale of managing space and time
Language is an approximation of thought - so it should come as no surprise that similar expressions tend to be mistaken for one another. Here's how a meeting room manager differs (greatly) from a meeting scheduler.
And how you can improve those numbers.
The average company holds at least 1 meeting every day. At least 3 people take part in it.
An easy guide
Campuses are a beautiful thing... until you have to manage one. Then they become a beautiful nightmare. Luckily, there are tools that simplify your job. Like YArooms.
There’s a lot of hate out there for meetings. “Wasted time”, some voices say. “Useless banter”, others chirp along. But meetings shouldn’t be the bane of all office-related activities. They have their place, just like everything else.
Pending Bookings & Shared Services
We sometimes get asked if YArooms is constantly being updated or if it’s a stable system. To this we say - why not both?
For when you don’t really need one
You don’t always need something as robust as YArooms. Here’s what you can do when we’re not your most viable option.
without learning to code
The first rule of Product Management states: “Keep your roadmap clear and clean”. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t work your way around the rule. It’s been a while since our last hack, so we hope this is worth your while.
3 things to look for
This post is not about how great our online room booking system is. Nor is it about how subpar others are. Tooting our own horn is not something we do, and we dislike brands that attack other brands.