Using Cymbus

The screenshots in this guide are from both the Android and iOS apps. While the device layouts and options on each platform may be slightly different, the features and functions are the same.

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The screenshots above are from iOS devices. On Android, the icons are not labeled.

Navigation Tabs

The device status and service provider are listed at the top center of the screen. The navigation tabs are located at the bottom of the screen on a phone, and at the top of the screen on a tablet.

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Phone

Contacts

History

Messaging

Settings

  Quick Menu

The mceclip5.png Quick Menu contains links to start or schedule a conference call, copy a conference link, and access voicemail.

 

iPad Multitasking

Cymbus on iPad can be used in Slide Over or Split View. In these modes, the interface is the same as the iPhone app.

Slide Over

When you use two apps in Slide Over, one app sits on top of the other and blocks part of the content. You can move the app in Slide Over to either side of the screen, but it always covers a portion of the app underneath.

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Split View

When you use two apps in Split View, both apps adjust in size and run side by side. You can adjust the size of the apps to be equal in size or a 25/75 split.

  1. With Cymbus in the foreground, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Dock.
  2. From the dock, long-press the second app you want to open and drag it to the far right or left of the screen until Cymbus shrinks, leaving a space beside it.
  3. Release the second app. Both apps are now in Split View.

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 iOS Preferences

To use Slide Over or Split View, make sure iOS Settings > General > Multitasking & Dock > Allow Multiple Apps is turned on.

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