With Microsoft Lync Online communications software, you can find previous conversations with a contact, find a recent or missed conversation, or switch between conversations the same way that you switch between other windows.
What do you want to do?
Open the Conversation History folder from Lync Online
Note: The View Conversation History command might not be available, depending on how Lync Online is set up in your organization.
Open the Conversation History folder by doing the following.
Open Lync Online, and click the Show menu arrow next to the Options button.
Point to File, and then click View Conversation History.
The Microsoft Outlook messaging and collaboration client opens and displays the Conversation History folder. You can then sort conversations, for example by date, or search for a conversation by keyword or contact.
Find a previous conversation with a specific contact
Note: The Find Previous Conversations command might not be available, depending how Lync Online is set up in your organization.
Find a previous conversation with a specific contact by doing the following.
Open Lync, and in your Contacts list, right-click the contact whose previous conversation you want to view.
Click Find Previous Conversations.
Outlook opens and displays that contact’s conversations in the Conversation History folder.
Find a recent or missed conversation
Open Lync, and, above the search bar, click the Conversations icon.
Your recent incoming and outgoing instant messages and meetings, including ones you might have missed, appear in chronological order, with the most recent at the top. You can resume a conversation by double-clicking it.
Additionally, you can find recent and missed conversations and calls from the Conversation window. There are three pivot filters at the top of the Conversation window, as follows:
AllShows your 100 most recent conversations
MissedShows any missed conversation during that timeframe (100 most recent)
CallsShows your 100 most recent calls
Switch between conversations
You can switch between current conversations the same way you switch between other windows, for example, by using taskbar buttons or by pressing Alt+Tab. Additionally, you can use the Conversations list. Your current conversations appear in bold text with a green conversation icon.
Double-click the conversation to switch to it.