What is the menu?
The ribbon on the client has been replaced by a menu on the WebClient. The menu thus represents the central operating element on the WebClient. The functions available within the menu are dynamic and are based on the currently available actions. Different actions are possible depending on which view is currently being used.
The menu can take on two forms. In general, the menu bar containing the most important functions is displayed. It will be described here using the example of the password module.
1. Expand menu
The size of the menu can be maximised using this button.
This option can be selected to call up the wizard for adding a new record.
Displays the selected password and all of its details in the reading pane.
Reveals the password.
This button is used to configure the rights for the record.
Copies the password to the clipboard.
If the menu – as described above – is maximised, all functions are then available. The functions on the menu bar are repeated here. The menu is divided into a number of sections. These correspond 1 to 1 to the sections of the ribbon on the client.
In our example, the menu looks like this:
This section offers you more options for editing passwords. These include, for example, Open or also Delete.
The actions can be used, for example, to mark the password as a Favourite or also to Duplicate it.
This section does not offer any additional functions than simply opening the permissions.
This section can be used to copy all available fields to the clipboard.
A website can be called up here.
All of the additional functions can be found here. These functions correspond to the main client and will be described in the next section:
7. Password Reset
The functions of the Password Reset can be found here.