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Navigation pane

Navigation pane


The Interaction Desktop Navigation pane provides easy access to the module components in the default workspace. The Navigation pane provides centralized navigation to module components, which display their views in a workspace. By default, the Navigation pane appears on the left side of the window. You can close or hide it for a larger view of the workspace.

Note: For the CIC client which uses custom workspaces, the Navigation pane is empty.

Related topics

Automatically hide the Navigation pane

Dock the Navigation pane

Hide the Navigation pane

Minimize the Navigation pane

Dock the Navigation pane


To dock the Navigation pane and return it to the original state, click View > Navigation pane > Normal.

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Automatically hide the Navigation pane

Hide the Navigation pane

Minimize the Navigation pane

Navigation pane

Minimize the Navigation pane


When you minimize the Navigation pane, you pin its slim profile along the left side of the Interaction Desktop window, providing quick access to the Navigation pane.

Tip: To display the Navigation pane temporarily, pause the mouse pointer over the minimized Navigation pane tab. The Navigation pane expands. You automatically minimize it when you move your mouse pointer away from the pane.

To minimize the Navigation pane, do one of the following:



  • Click View > Navigation pane > Minimized.

  • Click the Navigation Pane drop-down menu and select Auto Hide.

  • In the Navigation Pane title bar, click the Auto Hide pin. 



Note: To restore the Navigation pane to its original state on the left side of the window, pause over the minimized Navigation pane tab. When it expands, click the Auto Hide pin.

Related Topics

Automatically hide the Navigation pane

Dock the Navigation pane

Hide the Navigation pane

Navigation pane

Hide the Navigation pane


To increase the area of the workspace in the window, you can hide the Navigation pane. There are several ways to minimize and expand the Navigation pane. Choose the one that best fits your working style.  You can also move the Navigation pane to a new location in the workspace.

To turn off and hide the Navigation pane, do one of the following:



  • Click View > Navigation pane > Off.

  • Click the Navigation pane drop-down menu and select Hide.



  • In the Navigation pane title bar, click the X in the upper right corner.

Note: To display the Navigation pane again, click View > Reset pane layout.

Related Topics

Automatically hide the Navigation pane

Dock the Navigation pane

Minimize the Navigation pane

Navigation pane

Automatically hide the Navigation pane


To hide the Navigation Pane automatically, click View > Navigation pane > Auto.

Note: This option hides the Navigation pane if it is empty, or keeps it open if it contains navigational information for the workspace.

Related Topics

Dock the Navigation pane

Hide the Navigation pane

Minimize the Navigation pane

Navigation pane

Workspaces

Workspaces


Workspaces contain module views. Workspaces appear in the Interaction Desktop window.

  • The Workspace tabs located to the left of the Navigation pane enable you to switch between available workspaces.

  • The Workspaces menu provides a list of all available workspaces. You can change the order in which these workspaces appear in the list.

  • You can display a workspace in full-screen mode, so that Interaction Desktop toolbars, menus, and window borders do not appear.

  • You can display tabbed views in slide show mode, which cycles between views in the currently selected workspace every 5 seconds.

Custom workspaces


The CIC client is a module in Interaction Desktop that does not include any built-in workspaces. You create workspaces that contain a collection of different views selected from the active modules and configured to suit your needs. You can organize the views in a custom workspace by clicking and dragging a view’s tab.

Built-in workspaces


A built-in workspace contains pre-selected and arranged module views. You can tailor each built-in workspace to a specific task or set of tasks. A built-in workspace could contain only the views most useful for a particular role in your organization. You cannot delete or rename built-in workspaces.

Note: Interaction Desktop does not now include any built-in workspaces. In the future, new modules could include built-in workspaces.

Related Topics

Change tab order in the Workspaces pane

Create a custom workspace

Delete a custom workspace

Display a Workspace in full screen mode

End full screen mode

Start a workspace slide show

Workspace tabs


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