I use TMS to schedule recurring meetings that are also recorded. As an example I have one titled "1st Hour Spanish". The issue is in Show-n-Share I will have 100 recordings titled "1st Hour Spanish". What I would like to do is have it automatically have the date in there so it would be "1st Hour Spanish 11-22-2013". Is it possible to use variables in the title in TMS scheduling? I have tried something like this but it didn't work. "1st Hour Spanish %DATE%"
It is possible, look at Adminstrator Tools > Configuration > Conference Settings. If you put %DATE% into the conference title yourself on the booking pate, that exact text will be used, and not the date. You have to specify the %DATE% variable in the default conference title field, and when you book a new conference, it will be converted to the date on the booking page.
Default Conference Title
The default title used for all booked/scheduled meetings. The title can also be edited in the Booking/Scheduling wizard. By default this is set to Scheduled Meeting. If you want a time and date stamp in the title – enter %DATE% %TIME% together with the title.
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