Re: empathy integration with the desktop

On Fri, 2011-04-01 at 16:32 -0400, Marina Zhurakhinskaya wrote:
> > From: "Alexander Larsson" <alexl redhat com>
> >
> > Does this also affect other message tray stuff? If so, can someone
> > describe this more?
> We don't pop up non-urgent notifications when the user is Busy, but rather just add them to the message tray summary. If the user has not seen these notifications by looking at them in the summary or by switching to the application, the notifications will pop up later when the user changes the status back to Available.
> Here is the bug that discusses how sharing the status with Empathy got implemented:

I guess this is cool, having a way to control message tray popups.
However, I and seeminly most other people on this list had no idea it
was related to the message tray believing it was all about IM (and
poorly integrated as well).

So, maybe we need to make this a bit more clear to users?

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