Keep your description short and write it so that it helps others decide whether to request membership and whether to set up notifications to keep tabs on what’s being discussed in the room. Depending on how your organization has decided to use Skype for Business persistent chat, you might have access to useful web-based applications that can make the room a more productive place for your members.

If there are web-based applications available for your room, you’ll see an Add-in heading in the Create a room window.

After this list is set up, the administrator might create subcategories in a chat room category based on organizational needs.

The scope of a particular category identifies all the users and groups that can be members of a chat room in the original category.

resize=768:*" /Before you start, write down 10 or more things you want to "do" with your partner—role play, dirty talk, touching, stripteases, etc.—and send these saucy tips to each other.

Then, as things progress, you can each pick a sexy task to do. Pretend like he's there and dress up in some sexy lingerie that really puts you in the mood.

Here's how to create, manage, and disable chat rooms.

When you create your chat room, add a description of the purpose.

The room-category concept affects room membership as well as settings.

When persistent chat is first installed, your Skype for Business administrator creates a list of potential chat room participants.

Instruct him to do a little striptease and masturbation for your viewing pleasure. Pull one out and do whatever sexy act is written down.