Home Screen: Grid or List Mode

We are updating the LINK App User Interface, starting with the Home, My Files, Settings, and Login screens. We are redesigning to give you a more polished and consistent appearance throughout LINK as well as to provide improved ease of use.

LINK’s new User Interface is lighter and in keeping with contemporary iOS and Android apps. LINK is now using the OS “system colors” so that features like Dark Mode will be supported in LINK.

Now users may choose their preferred home screen layout, per device. In Settings, select the familiar Grid mode with rows, or the new List mode. List mode is especially useful on a phone so that you can scroll through your apps.

In the LINK Controller the LINK Administrator may set view mode defaults

  • Always use Grid Mode
  • Always use List Mode
  • Grid Mode on Tablets; List Mode on Phones

Users can always override the defaults by using the Settings tab on the Home screen.

Grid View on iPad
List View on iPhone

Go to the Home screen Settings tab to:

  • Select Grid or List Mode
  • Select a default app in LINK. For example, to have LINK open directly to DMS or Email.
User Settings
User Settings: Default App and Grid or List Mode
Example of all four options on a phone. The same four options are available on tablets.

We are excited to roll out to you these new enhancements in LINK.

More to come!

Maureen

LINK App: New – List All Files

Here is another fantastic feature request from a LINK user.

Sometimes you need a list of every file in a folder or even in a Workspace in iManage Work or NetDocuments DMS. Search may not help as you don’t know exactly what you are looking for. Now in LINK you can create the list, annotate it, then Air Print, email, import to iManage or NetDocuments, or save in LINK to My Files.

To create the list, tap the ellipsis icon to the right of any folder or Workspace. Tap “List All Files.”

The list is displayed.

To annotate, tap the Paper & Pencil icon and mark away.

After annotating, you can use the icons in the lower right to Air Print, email, import to iManage, or save in LINK to My Files. Or, tap the X in the upper left to get a succinct menu with options to import, email, or save to My Files.

Don’t you love it? 🙂

-Maureen