Tailoring the mobile report: How to use customized and barcode fonts

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Mobile reports in Resco Mobile CRM support also custom fonts (fonts must be TrueType files – .ttf). In case you want to customize the look of your report and prefer a different font than the default one, you can change it in Resco’s Woodford configuration tool. Continue reading

The endless configuration possibilities with Salesforce data – for phones and tablets

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So, you decided to go mobile with Salesforce for your sales, field service and further teams that work outside the office doors.

Now, you get two options to start off testing business mobility or mobile CRM with: Continue reading

6 Reasons to Attend resco.next, the Mobile and Field Service Event of the Year

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Just three short years ago, we organized Resco’s first ever multi-day event in the U.S.A. It was in the center of American history, the city of Boston. Time is of the essence, and in 2018 we are making a new mark. A new resco.next event. Continue reading

How to set up and utilize Global Search in Resco Mobile CRM

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The Winter release of Resco’s mobile client (version 10.3+) brought a few new features together with the possibility to perform global searching. Continue reading

4 quick tips to boost your Resco Mobile CRM user experience

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Make a QR code for quick logins

Creating your own login QR-code is a very useful, timesaving move. You can use any QR-code generator to create a QR-code text similar to this: Continue reading

Utilize Next Wide option on list views to efficiently display information across various screen sizes

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List view of an entity is a concise overview of your entity records. It is the first thing you see after loading an entity in Resco Mobile CRM and the first channel you get the basic information from.

After introducing a flexible list view, to automatically adjust the list’s appearance to still convey information effectively, became super easy to design.

Now it is possible to bring even more flexibility to your application using the Next Wide option on a view. Continue reading