If you have multiple USB audio devices connected to the computer you can push the answer button on these to move the sound.
I have noticed big differenses from vendor to vendor how stable this is. so far, Plantronics and Logithech are the ones I have the best experience with, Jabra not so much, it is more unstable and depends on what model you hav connected.
This helps much but i still would like the big buttons we have in IP communicator :)
I do have Jabra headset that I use primarily and it works very well. It would be nice to have a speakerphone button/functionality in the application that I could associate to my laptop's speakers and microphone. That way I could seamlessly switch back and forth between headset and speakerphone just like a real phone.
I could probably do this with a 3rd party solution like getting the Jabra speakerphone device and handling it through the Jabra Control Center. But it doesn't make sense to spend hundreds of dollars on a separate speakerphone device when the equipment is already all right there.
And it would be more user-friendly to have it in the software. My users are already using this function in IP Communicator so the transition to Jabber whould be more easy.
But I am just happy that i can now move the sound using the buttons on the external hardware, before, even this was not possible.
One step forward also is in Jabber for windows 10.6 you have a shortcut from the converstaion window to the audio settings. Helps some but nothing comparing having this pre-defined and different buttons to click in the software.
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