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Windows Phone 8 : Working with People - Rooms (part 1) - Creating a Room

10/15/2014 3:56:06 AM
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Rooms are a new feature on Windows Phone 8. Rooms are a private environment where you can interact with specific people without having to worry about publicly exposing things that should be kept private. For example, you might create a room for a group of friends, a room for family, or a room for coworkers.

Although rooms are a Windows Phone 8 feature, the participants do not necessarily need to have Windows Phone 8. People can join rooms that you create if they have Windows Phone 7 or the iPhone. However, they cannot use the Group Chat feature. Likewise, some of the other room features might not be quite as full-featured as they would be on Windows Phone 8. Regardless of whether or not participants have a Windows Phone 8 device, a Microsoft account is required.

Creating a Room

The first step in using the Rooms feature is usually to create a room. Windows Phone 8 devices include a predefined room called Family Room, but you can delete this room, if necessary. You can create a room by opening the People hub and completing these steps:

1. Flick the screen to access the Together page, if necessary.

2. Tap the New icon.

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3. Tap Room.

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4. Specify a name for the room you want to create. This is the name that is displayed on each member’s phone.

5. Tap Save.

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6. Tap the Done icon.

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