Book-a-room bot

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Book-a-room bot lets you quickly find and book a meeting room on the go. The users can look at available rooms depending on the selected location/building and select one from the list to book the room for a default duration of 30 minutes from current time.

As a first run experience, it will suggest you to mark your frequently booked rooms as favorites in the app to enable you to quick book the same room if available for future bookings.

If any of your favorite rooms are not available or if you want to book a room at a new location, you can use the option to book any other available room for a longer duration upto 90 minutes.

Book-a-room bot is designed to work in personal scope.

A end-user interacting with Book-a-room bot:

Manage your favorite rooms User favorite rooms Room booking confirmation

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Getting Started

Begin with the Solution overview to read about what the app does and how it works.

When you're ready to try out book a room Bot, or to use it in your own organization, follow the steps in the Deployment guide.

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