On the touch panel, you can:

  • Dial a number: Call a number using the keypad
  • Use the speed dial: In the Windows 10 interface, tap the speed dial contact on the home screen
  • Call one of your favorites: In the Skype for Business interface, favorites that have been added in Maestro are displayed on the home screen. Or, go to home screen > contacts > favorites to view favorite contacts
  • Return a call: Go to home screen > recent calls and select the call you want to return
  • Call someone in the company directory: In the Windows 10 interface, tap make a call and tap company directory, or go to home screen > contacts > company directory and choose someone to call
  • Call someone from your own personal contact list: In the Skype for Business interface, go to home screen > contacts > personal contacts

Dialing addresses that include letters and symbols

You might need to dial someone who has a video address that includes letters or numbers and symbols (known as a URI). To do this, tap any key on the keypad. They keyboard is displayed to enter the URI.

Calling a recent contact

In the Windows 10 interface, tap make a call and select a contact from the recent calls list. Otherwise, go to home screen > recent calls to select a contact.

Clearing recent calls

To clear your recent call list:

  1. In the Windows 10 interface, tap make a call. In the Skype for Business interface, go to home screen > recent calls. The recent calls list is displayed.
  2. Click clear, then confirm clear all to empty the recent calls list.

Searching in the company directory

Some companies have a lot of entries in the directory. In this case, you might find it easier to use the search facility. To do so:

  1. Go to contacts > company directory.
  2. Use the keyboard to type the name of the person you want to find. When you start typing, the search displays possible matches.
  3. Select a contact from the list.

You can use a question mark as a wildcard to replace characters that are not available on the GTm touch panel keyboard (that is, non-ASCII characters). For example, you can find Stanisław Łukasiński by typing ?ukasi?ski.