What’s New in the User Interface for Aerus Release 7.1

We made significant user interface changes in Aerus Release 7.1, which make it easier for you to use your system. For more information, see the Aerus quick reference guide (dedicated Aerus systems, release 7.1).

  • There’s a new home page, which contains buttons that give quick access to frequently used features. Your system may use the default home page buttons or your enterprise may have a customized home page specific to your work flow. There is also a system idle page, which is displayed when you haven’t used the system for a length of time.

  • There’s a new toolbar. You can choose to display it on the right side or the left side of the screen. It contains buttons that let you control your Aerus system. During a session, additional session-control buttons are displayed in the toolbar also.

  • When you’re in a session, you can access the toolbar without leaving the session view. The toolbar fades until you hover your cursor over it, so it doesn’t interfere with the screen content. You can also hide it with one click and display it again with another click.

  • You can view control panes, such as contacts and resources, without leaving the session view. The session view becomes smaller and the pane is displayed beside it. To return to the full-screen session view, you just click it.

  • Some systems may have avatars (pictures) assigned to contacts to help with identification.

  • You can create a list of favorite contacts. To identify a contact as a favorite, you just click the star beside the contact to make it yellow. Then, you can display a list of your favorite (starred) contacts with one click.

  • The number of missed calls from contacts is displayed and, with one click, you can view details about the missed calls and dismiss them or keep them for later.

  • Some systems may have additional groups that make it easier to find contacts. For example, contacts may be grouped by department or geographical location.

  • You can sort contacts alphabetically or by recent activity.

  • When you share collaboration material with participants who join a session through a web browser (SharePage), you can use an automatically generated personal identification number (PIN) or create your own.

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