The Remote Office Hours Queue is a virtual queueing tool that allows meeting hosts to manage queues of attendees waiting to meet with them for private one-on-one meetings in person or over Zoom video conferencing. Hosts may select which of the 2 meeting types (in person and/or Zoom) attendees can select when joining the queue. This tool is for hosts who prefer to have one-on-one meetings with attendees rather than host office hours or other meetings in a group format.
Remote Office Hours Queue
Learn more about the Remote Office Hours Queue application. This article focuses on the workflow for attendees (often students, but any U-M community member can be an attendee).
Learn more about the Remote Office Hours Queue application. This article focuses on the workflow for hosts. We use the terminology "hosts" to describe anyone who is hosting the meeting, which is often instructors, advisors, and other staff and faculty. However, anyone who meets the eligibility requirements below can be a host. We use the terminology "attendee" to describe anyone who is attending the meeting, which is often students. However, anyone with a U-M login can be an attendee.
Learn more about the Remote Office Hours Queue application. This article focuses on SMS notifications. Remote Office Hours Queue can send you SMS (text) notifications in the following scenarios if you opt in: For attendees, when it becomes your turn. For hosts, when an attendee joins your empty queue. You can opt in or opt out of SMS notifications from your User Preferences.