Add smartphone friendly numbers to meeting
I.e. +1 (312) 757-2503,,,7211111#
So people do not crash the car while dialing into conference... It is a safety issue so prioritize appropriately ;)
re the Czech number - in CZ, the leading (2) in brackets is always mandatory, so Kazzan's comment doesn't really make any sense. The standard for national calls is always nine digits, doesn't matter which disctrict you dial from. See:
Kit Skinner commented
I don't know if its just because I'm one of the few with a Windows phone or they just updated the links, but I've noticed this works on my phone.
this is a problem we recently notice. The US numbers have a "+" in the meeting request but the international numbers do not. Users need to click on the find a local number to get the proper link. This has caused an issue with our international users who cannot simply click the link to dial when using their mobile or using a VOIP system tied to their computer.
Remember that all numbers shall have the '+' sign in front, even Domestic numbers since corporate telephony systems and sometimes also mobile phones are configured to require '+' or '00' to dial an external number.
Maybe someone has the opposite opinion...
Any number shall always follow the E.164 standard, and adding the '+' sign prior to the number. Be careful with the parentheses '(' and ')' since they at least historically have been troublesome since there are local interpretations. E.G. in Sweden a (0) shall be ignored when dialing. I.E +46(0)701234567 shall be dialed as +46701234567 and not +460701234567. Then in other countries maybe the (0) shall be included, e.g. +22(0)701234567 might need to be dialed as +220701234567
Phones, Mobile phones, Telephony systems all need to be configured correctly for this to work (not always the case).
Also should be here. If I go to "Conference Dial-in Numbers" page by "Find Local Number" link in invite, it shown for example right Czech Number "+420 (2) 34715804". But link in invite show only "420234715804" and it cannot be dialed.
Dan Genel commented
This would be great. It would be useful if it worked not just with the MS dial-ins, but any integrated provider (e.g. Intercall)