In Easy365Manager, you configure the “Wheelchair accessible” checkbox to set the accessibility status of the room.
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You can quickly locate the setting by opening up properties for a Room user, selecting the Mailbox tab, and clicking on Room Settings.
This opens up the following form, where you find “Wheelchair accessible” in the Room Settings section:
In Easy365Manager, the setting “Wheelchair accessible” corresponds to the ‘isWheelchairAccessible’ parameter of the Set-Place PowerShell command.
The ‘isWheelchairAccessible’ switch in the PowerShell command ‘Set-Place’ serves as a parameter that enables you to specify the accessibility status of a place or location for individuals who use wheelchairs.
Set-Place -Identity Boston-MeetingRoom-4.3 -IsWheelChairAccessible $True
When set to ‘True,’ it indicates that the place is wheelchair accessible, while setting it to ‘False’ signifies that the location may not be suitable for wheelchair users.
Once configured, this accessibility information is then utilized by the Outlook client to enhance the overall user experience.
When users with accessibility needs schedule meetings or events in Outlook, the application takes this property into account, providing them with information about the wheelchair accessibility status of the designated location and the ability to filter meeting rooms:
In this way, the ‘Wheelchair accessible’ setting empowers users to make informed decisions when selecting meeting rooms.