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GroupWise 7’s Home View panel provides a tailored, quick-access information display. It utilizes panels for various sections, enhancing the user experience with customized information.
The Home View’s default configuration includes a daily calendar, checklist items, unread messages, and the QuickViewer, typically located on the window’s right side. These panels serve as shortcuts to diverse application features, providing a range of information, from unread items to a summary calendar. While predefined panels are accessible, users can also craft their custom panels.
Many users opt to personalize their experience by customizing unread messages, checklist items, and displaying daily appointment entries in their calendars. Another common customization is creating a “Contacts Home View Panel,” conveniently located on the right panel of the Welcome page. This customization eliminates the need to search for contacts within folders or the address book, allowing users to access contacts directly from the Home view. To create a Contacts Home View Panel in GroupWise, follow the steps below:
The steps outlined above demonstrate how to create a “Contacts Home View Panel” in GroupWise 7. Additionally, you have the flexibility to further customize your address book panel by applying specific contact filters or even create additional address book panels that point to different address books.
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