Relution 5 appears with a new look and feel. The modern appearance includes the new Relution branding and a more intuitive user interface. Thus, the usability is increased by an improved structuring of the information and an optimized usability and the work is much easier.
Optimized user guidance includes a fade-in navigation bar with vertical alignment on the outer left edge of the portal. User and group settings have been moved from settings directly to the main navigation for faster accessibility.
Revised list views, such as the inventory or app list, now offer a global context menu to perform actions. Actions are displayed for selected list items as well as parent actions that do not relate to the selection.
In addition, there is a context menu per row element for much easier handling. So an active selection can be edited directly. If several list elements are selected, the action in the context menu per row element refers to all currently selected entries.
Content can be found more quickly using a multi-search function with tags, and individual search results can be displayed together. The search always refers to the device or app name.
Columns can be conveniently shown/hidden and the order easily changed for better findability.
Subpages of settings have been removed from the navigation and regrouped on a distribution page for better clarity. This makes it easier to distinguish sections using tiles and makes individual topics more visible.
The new Notification Center informs the system administrator about available server and client updates (prerequisite: native Relution client apps configured) and the organization administrator about client updates as well as additionally about expiring certificates for MDM Push and Apps, expiring tokens for DEP and VPP, and expiring iOS Provisioning Profiles.
The language settings and the display of date values in days or as exact timestamps can be configured in the user profile.