Video conference users frequently end up with a large and diverse set of meetings for which they have previously attended, are currently attending, or plan to attend. This meeting set can be difficult to navigate as, typically, future meetings live in a different space than past meetings. To address these types of challenges, techniques are presented herein that support the presentation of all of a user’s video conferences on a single temporal axis. From the temporal axis, a user may navigate back and forth to view details and complete actions. Among other things, previously attended and upcoming meetings are presented in a consistent experience. As well, an individual meeting may be pinched-zoomed to reveal various contextual features.
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Dyke, Simon; Rai, Pete; Walker, James; Smith, Trevor; and Patitucci, Patricia, "TEMPORAL NAVIGATION OF VIDEO CONFERENCES", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 08, 2021)