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On October 29th, we had our inaugural wMobile User Group Meeting. On December 17th we will host the next meeting.
A huge thank you to everyone who participated in this meeting! Below is the video recording from the meeting, general notes as well as the questions & answers.
Still have questions about wMobile? Feel free to reach out to our team here, and we’ll be happy to answer!
Currently, we do not have this kind of integration with Office 365. Exchange, etc. Any change in email passwords has to be made manually in the user’s email settings.
The message is actually “You have 1 Activities scheduled on this month For no specific time. View these in the Activity ListView.” If you would like the messages to show up on the calendar, they must have a specific time. The GoldMine calendar works the same way. It can only display on the calendar activities that have a specific time. Otherwise, they are shown in a list. In wMobile, those activities can be seen in the Activity List.
Yes, that is on the roadmap to attach documents to the phone version. Most of the attachment will have to already been in GoldMine.
The wMobile desktop version is great for if you have a sales force that is traveling around, working from home or from a client's office and needs access to GoldMine. This allows for the company to not have support installing the full application and providing synchronization and instead using wMobile Desktop since it is a mirror of the GoldMine environment but running in a browser.
When you are connected to wMobile phone on your iPhone, Droid, etc, then you'll have an option in the preferences to set the zoom level on that device.
If a user wants to change their tablet theme or zoom level in wMobile Desktop, there’s a sub-tab under Display for Tablet Options. MetroTouch is the default and the recommended theme.
We do have a feature request for this already. When it is ready it will be published in the appropriate month’s release notes.
There is no configuration required beyond the update. Also, for reference, on the wMobile Downloads tab, there’s only one file that is used for installing or updating. It automatically detects whether wMobile is installed or not to proceed with installation or update, so they don’t have to choose one or the other on the Downloads tab.
The wMobile phone license is exactly the same as the wMobile desktop license – you do not need to purchase both separately so with one license it allows the user to have access to both the phone and desktop versions.
Currently this is not supported.
The MetroTouch is the default and recommended theme for users on an iPad or tablet device.
GoldMine has a feature about managing Projects, which is currently not supported in wMobile. We will most likely start integrating this feature in the next 9 months.