I'm pretty sure the answer is no for at least the 7937, but here goes.
Can you add a speed dial to either of these phones, and assign that SD to one of the 4 default softkeys? We do this with our 7900 series desk phones so that users can have one-button access to our external conferencing service. This is bound to the "line 2" position on the desk phones, but with the 7937, the phone button template won't allow anything in this position. I'm wondering if there's a way around it, and additionally, whether the new 8831 conference phone has the same problem.
That's a shame. Our users LOVE this one-button access to our audio conferencing service on their deskphones. The only reason I used the Line 2 button was because I couldn't use a regular softkey for a speed dial. Not that it matters, because even that doesn't work on the 7937's.
To add to Rob's post (+5 Huff), I feel your pain. The conference stations have always had this limitation and I have put in a PERS requestion for programmable softkeys more than once. A few years ago I had a need to provide an "easy" to use dial in feature for accessing a conference bridge. We looked at several approachs and simply decided to create a two digit dial string that you could dial from any phone. I think we used 1# or something like that. The pattern was a translation that would transform the called party to the real DN of our conferencing service.
It wasn't exactly a one-button push (technically, it was three) and it was sort of utilitarian but the users liked it just fine.
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