We recommend that you use the Web UI for initial installations. For information about the Web UI click here
The first step you must perform either through the Web UI or the Notes UI is to set the Time Zones applicable in your organisation. If the organisation uses a single Door Tablet server with meeting spaces on different Time Zones, each of these parts must be set with the correct Time Zone. For more details about Time Zone set-up and on-going usage, see here .
In the Web UI go to "System Profile":
The System Set-up is a large form. When you begin focus on configuring connectivity to your scheduling software only.
On the Tablet
Once logged in to your server, the System Set-up is accessible as follows:
You will then see the following screen. If you change the button to "off", you will no longer be able to edit this meeting space from the Tablet.
Setting Meetings Owner
Set the name of the "Meetings owner" and set "Access key codes". You must set the meetings owner as the person that all ad-hoc meetings will be created for. As well as implementing a translation set.
General assistance contact information
You can input the general contact details (phone and email) that your end-users will use for tablet based assistance. For meeting spaces that don't have these settings filled in, the general contact details will be used as the defaults. This saves you from having to fill in the same information for every meeting space if the information is the same. Both fields are optional. You can also set them from the Notes interface.
Welcome and Schedule displays options
Set the polling frequency for the welcome and schedule TV displays. Set how many hours before or after an event you would like the welcome message to show.
This is the only place where the TV displays can be configured:
Branding and Styling
Door Tablet allows for extensive branding of the application. You can alter the appearance of: