Basic Navigation

Top Bar

The first checked button on the top bar gives you a way to logout of the system. It also shows you which email account you have used to login.

To the right of the logout button is the "Breadcrumb trail", initially containing the Home button.

The Breadcrumb trail shows you where you are currently and gives you buttons to return to where you have been,.

The Home button is always available in the Breadcrumb Trail to bring you back to the top-level with one click.

Top-Level Tabs

At the top level, thre are three tabs.

Projects

This is where you define Apps and their content,´.

Deployments

This is where you assign users to Roles and organise them into Groups, deploy App Versions, and look at data.

Accounts

This is where you can add and view User Accounts, either singly or in bulk.

The time is spent mostly in Projects.

The overall way of working involves mostly being occupied with the configuring the contents of a Project - describing what the App should contain and configuring the logic of Processes.

Much less time is spent in the other two tabs: Deployments and Accounts.

We need to configure a Deployment for use during Project development, and then a Deployment for each productive roll-out.

Similarly, we need to add a User Account or two to be able to view and use Apps on your device during development.

Then, for the productive use, it is possible to create User Accounts in bulk, by uploading email-password combinations from a spreadsheet.

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Basic Navigation

Top Bar

The first checked button on the top bar gives you a way to logout of the system. It also shows you which email account you have used to login.

To the right of the logout button is the "Breadcrumb trail", initially containing the Home button.

The Breadcrumb trail shows you where you are currently and gives you buttons to return to where you have been,.

The Home button is always available in the Breadcrumb Trail to bring you back to the top-level with one click.

Top-Level Tabs

At the top level, thre are three tabs.

Projects

This is where you define Apps and their content,´.

Deployments

This is where you assign users to Roles and organise them into Groups, deploy App Versions, and look at data.

Accounts

This is where you can add and view User Accounts, either singly or in bulk.

The time is spent mostly in Projects.

The overall way of working involves mostly being occupied with the configuring the contents of a Project - describing what the App should contain and configuring the logic of Processes.

Much less time is spent in the other two tabs: Deployments and Accounts.

We need to configure a Deployment for use during Project development, and then a Deployment for each productive roll-out.

Similarly, we need to add a User Account or two to be able to view and use Apps on your device during development.

Then, for the productive use, it is possible to create User Accounts in bulk, by uploading email-password combinations from a spreadsheet.

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