When you create your chat room, add a description of the purpose.

Keep your description short and write it so that it helps others decide whether to request membership and whether to set up notifications to keep tabs on what’s being discussed in the room. Depending on how your organization has decided to use Skype for Business persistent chat, you might have access to useful web-based applications that can make the room a more productive place for your members.

Disabling a room might be necessary for several reasons.

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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.

A real estate firm, for example, might find it useful to set up a category of rooms specifically for the sales team, another category for the legal department, and another for the executive team.

Each room category also might have distinct policies about records retention and a required privacy setting.

You also can change the names and descriptions of the rooms you manage.

And if your administrator has made more web-based applications available, you can add them to the room environment.

Sometimes you might need to disable a chat room you manage.

After a room is disabled, users can't find it or join it, and current members (including you as the room manager) are removed.

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.

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