Setting Up Workstations

enaio® client 10.10 »

There are a variety of options for customizing your workstation according to your individual needs and the requirements which arise when working together with other users.

  • Favorites

    Use the favorites function to mark documents, folders, and tabs that you use frequently. The favorites will be displayed only to you. Favorites in enaio® client are synchronized with favorites in enaio® webclient External link icon, enaio® webclient as a desktop applicationExternal link icon, and enaio® mobile External link icon and vice versa (see Favorites). In enaio® webclient as a desktop application and enaio® mobile, you can use favorites to export documents, folders, and registers for working in offline mode (see enaio® webclient in offline mode External link icon).

  • Portfolios

    You can create portfolios. In a portfolio, you can combine documents, folders, and registers to meet your individual work requirements. This also includes documents from different cabinets. Public portfolios are accessible to all users, provided no restrictions have been entered in the security system (see Portfolios).

  • Notes

    You can add notes to documents, registers, and folders. Notes can be created in the details preview.

    Notes are accessible to all users, provided no restrictions have been entered in the security system (see Notes).

  • Subscriptions

    You can subscribe to documents, portfolios, registers, folders, and queries. Subscribed objects will be displayed in the inbox area whenever data for these objects is changed or where the query criteria of a subscribed query match an object (see Subscriptions).

  • Follow-ups

    You can set a follow-up time for documents, portfolios, registers, and folders (see Follow-Ups).

  • enaio® shares

    You can release documents for other users who have no or restricted access rights. The access rights that have been granted and a time period during which the share is valid are specified (see Sharing).

  • enaio® coLab shares

    You can use the optional enaio® coLab extension to make enaio® folders and registers and the objects they contain accessible to other users who do not have access to enaio®. enaio® coLab offers functions for controlling the access rights of these external users, allowing you to make enaio® documents available or import external documents (see coLab Shares).

  • Microsoft Office 365 shares

    You can use the optional enaio® office-365-dashlet extension to edit enaio® documents in Microsoft Office 365 as shared files with other users who do not have access to enaio® (see Collaborate on Editing Documents with enaio® office-365-dashlet).

  • Microsoft Teams shares

    You can use the optional enaio® integration-for-microsoft-teams extension to edit enaio® documents in Microsoft Teams as shared files with other users who do not have access to enaio® (see enaio® integration-for-microsoft-teams).

  • Annotations

    You can add annotations to image documents on different layers (private layers are accessible only to you, group layers to group members, and public layers to all users). For example, by highlighting or redacting text passages (see Annotations on Layers).

  • Preview annotations

    You can add preview annotations to documents in the content preview. These preview annotations are accessible to all those users who also have access rights to the document (see Preview Annotations).

  • Saved searches

    You can save and re-access queries. Queries are completed or empty search forms. Queries that have been saved by you can only be accessed by you (see Saved Searches).

  • SQL queries

    SQL queries are searches which allow you to access data, regardless of what access rights you have or the filing system of enaio®. This can be made available by an administrator (see SQL Queries).

  • Links

    Links are cross-references to other objects. The link allows you to quickly open the linked objects.

    Links are accessible to all users, provided no restrictions have been entered in the security system (see Links).

  • Links to external applications

    You can create links to external applications. You can let other users access your queries and links. Searches, links, and references to objects can also be placed on the public desktop where they can then be accessed by all users (see Links to External Applications).

  • Navigation

    For rapid access, you can place frequently used search forms, searches, links to objects, portfolios, favorites, history, filing tray, and recycle bin and links to external applications on the navigation. The navigation elements can be arranged into groups for different work requirements. The group areas can be expanded and collapsed with a click of the mouse or by pressing the spacebar. The navigation can only be accessed by you (see Customizing the Navigation).

  • Public desktop

    The 'public desktop' allows you to make your queries, links, and references available to other enaio® users. This function is only available to users with the corresponding system role (see Public Desktop).

  • Making changes via the settings

    enaio® offers a wide range of configuration options; for example, you can change the settings for confirmation dialogs as well as the window display settings. These settings are applied every time you log in as a user on enaio® client. Choosing the correct settings in line with your requirements can help make your work much easier (see Defaults).

The administrator may deny you the right to customize your own settings. The administrator can also assign a profile to you and to other users. In the process, he or she specifies the configuration of the settings, the quick access toolbar, the object search, and the navigation area, and overwrites your personal settings if necessary.