Cisco Cius home screen has five work spaces that you can customize with widgets and shortcuts.
Navigate Between Work Spaces
•Tap the bottom left or bottom right corner to navigate between work spaces.
•Tap and hold the Applications menu icon to view a menu of all five work spaces. Tap a work space on the menu to go to that work space.
Customize the Home Screen
•To add widgets, shortcuts to applications, or folders to the home screen, or to change the wallpaper on the home screen, tap the Add to Cius Home Screen icon , or tap and hold an open space on the home screen.
•To add an application to the home screen, tap the Applications menu icon , and then tap and hold an application icon.
•To remove an icon or widget from the home screen, tap and hold an icon or widget on the home screen, and drag it to the trash can at the bottom of the screen.
Quick Contact Badges
Tap the contact picture of one of your contacts to display a quick contact badge.
From the quick contact badge, you can:
• Place a call
• View contact details
• Send an email message
• Start a chat
• Start a Cisco WebEx meeting
Contact pictures appear only for contacts that you have added manually, or that you have synced from your Chat application contact list.
To download contact pictures for your email contacts:
1. From the Settings application , tap Accounts & Sync.
2. Tap Manage Accounts.
3. Select your email account.
4. Tap Account Settings.
5. Check Download Pictures.
Direct Dial Shortcut
Add a direct dial shortcut to a home screen to use as a speed dial for that contact.
1. Tap the Add to Cius Home Screen icon , or tap and hold an open space on the home screen.
2. Tap Shortcuts.
3. Tap Direct Dial.
4. Select a contact.
You can enable auto-rotation so that your Cius displays applications properly whether you are holding your Cius horizontally or vertically.
1. From the Settings application , select Display.
2. Select Auto-Rotate Screen.
When you are using your Cisco Cius with a media station and USB keyboard, you can use these keyboard shortcuts:
• Menu: Shift-Ctrl-[
• Home: Shift-Ctrl-]
• Back: Shift-Ctrl-\
When you are using a USB mouse, right-click to make the Menu, Home and Back keys appear on screen.