Microsoft has recently partnered with Comfy to offer personalized temperature control on Campus. Comfy's easy-to-use app allows your employees to immediately warm or cool their space from wherever they are in the office.
1. Comfy integrates with existing building and workplace systems.
2. Employees use the desktop or mobile app to adjust their temperature from wherever they are in the office.
3. Over time, Comfy learns from employees' requests and adjusts to better meet their individual preferences.
Buildings: 16, 17, 18, 21, 30, 31, 31C, 32, 40, 41, 42, 43, 43C, 44, 83, 92, 121, 122, City Center Plaza (CCP), Mixer, Sub-mixer, Boardwalk & Studios A, B, C, & D
Buildings: 19, 20, 34, 34C, 35, 37, 99, 120, 4 (RTC), 5 (RTC), 6 (RTC), & Advanta A, B, & C
If you're visiting this page you've been designated as a "Comfy Champion" to help us get the word out about Comfy on Campus. Below are some handy resources to help spread the word, before and after Comfy goes live in your building.
All Comfy Champions will receive a brief training on how Comfy works and how you can support the launch.
Now it's time to promote Comfy! When Comfy goes live in your building, your Facility Coordinator will send out a Building Wide Notice informing building occupants of the service. Please forward the email to your teams and encourage them to use Comfy for temperature adjustments.
Shortly after 'Go Live Day,' the Comfy Team will come on-site to address employee questions about Comfy and raffle off swag. Your Facility Coordinator will send out a Building Wide Notice informing building occupants about the event. Please forward the email to your teams and encourage them to drop by the specified location! You're also welcome to download and share the Comfy postcard (below) with employees.
We encourage you to send regular reminder emails about Comfy, and be sure to use the app to invite coworkers to use it!
If they have questions on how to use the app or want to hear what other Comfy users have to say, send them to comfyapp.com/welcome and we'll run them through the basics.