Oracle Content and Experience gives you collaboration and content sharing on the go with the Android mobile app. Take a minute to learn how and where to find what you need.
When you launch the mobile app, you first see your dashboard (home page), with personalized information and links to your favorite documents and conversations. Tap in the top left corner to see the navigation panel, from where you can go to your documents, conversations, or settings.
To help you find your way around, here’s what the Documents page in the Android mobile app looks like:
|1||Tap the show/hide icon to open or close the navigation panel, where you can go to your home page (dashboard), documents, conversations, or settings, and also search for content.|
|2||The name of the current folder. If you’re at the top Documents level, you can filter your content, for example to show only folders that were shared with you or ones that you created yourself.|
|3||Icons that allow you to change the sort order or refresh your content. If you see three dots, you can tap them to see a menu of additional tasks that you can perform, such as share content, view properties, and add an item to your favorites.|
|4||Breadcrumb trail, so you can see where you are in your folder structure and navigate to parent folders.|
|5||A list of your files and folders in the cloud. The icons indicate what kind of content each item is (file or folder) and may also provide other helpful information. For example, the overlay on a folder means that it’s shared, while means a conversation was started for a file. See Icon Quick Reference for an explanation of all icons.|
|6||Tap to show a menu of relevant tasks that you can perform for the item. For example, you may be able to view the item properties, edit tags, share an item, open an item with another app on your mobile device, or send it.|
|7||Tap to add a new item to the cloud from your mobile device. You can create a new folder or select a photo or other file on your device for upload.|
|8||Version indicator of a file. Oracle Content and Experience keeps all versions of your files, but will only show the latest one. You can access older versions through the file properties.|