Open the Help home page while on the Help menu
Exit the full-screen view. Otherwise, the Conversation window closes only if there is no audio, video, or sharing occurring.
Accept any of the invite notifications. These include audio, video, call, and sharing requests.
Close the Conversation window.
Ignore any invite notifications. These include audio, video, call, and sharing requests.
Rejoin audio in a meeting
Open the Save As dialog box for a file that was sent in the Conversation window
Invite a contact to an existing conversation
Save the contents of IM history. Works for person-to-person conversations when you use Outlook.
Show or hide the instant message area
Send a file, or in the context of a conference, add a meeting attachment
Start OneNote to take notes about the conversation session
Show or hide the participant list
When you control another user’s shared screen in a meeting: navigate left to the previous UI element in the Conversation window
When you control another user’s shared screen in a meeting: navigate right to the next UI element in the Conversation window
Add or end video
Hold or resume an ongoing audio conversation
Mark a conversation as having high importance. For person-to-person conversations, not available for meetings.
Show or hide the sharing stage
Switch to compact view
Add or end audio
Lync 2013 and Skype for Business 2015 only: When on a mode button, opens the corresponding callout
In Lync 2013 and Skype for Business 2015 only: When the focus is on a mode button, a default action is taken. For audio, the microphone is muted or unmuted. For video, the camera starts or stops.
Dismiss or hide an open callout or a bubble that has the keyboard focus
When sharing your screen, set keyboard focus onto the toolbar to control screen sharing. In Skype for Business 2016, press Esc to set the focus back onto the conversation window.
In Skype for Business 2016 only: Navigate quickly between the main sections of the window