User goals and features for end users
BMC Digital Workplace is highly configurable. Features available to users in the client applications depend on which functionality is enabled and how BMC Digital Workplace is configured.
The following video provides an introduction to some of the capabilities of BMC Digital Workplace:
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BMC Digital Workplace web browser client
BMC Digital Workplace can be accessed from a web browser on your desktop or laptop. The following capabilities are available for the web browser client:
- Accessing AIF-type requests from the catalog. AIF-type requests use the Advanced Interface form from BMC Service Request Management.
- Opening e-Forms from BMC HR Case Management. (However, you can open PDF form attachments from BMC Helix Platform all clients.)
- Requesting virtual machines (VMs) (through integration with BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management).
- Embedded custom pages from BMC Helix Platform.
The web browser client supports notifications. For more information about how notifications are received, see Configuring status updates and notifications.
If an end user opens a BMC Digital Workplace request in BMC Helix Business Workflows and then adds both supported and unsupported attachment file types (such as zip or html), no attachments will appear when the request is opened again in BMC Digital Workplace.
Configuration options for the end user console
BMC Digital Workplace users can configure the following options:
To see a localized view of the web browser client, the user must set the locale in the browser.
End users can access their preferences in the upper-right corner of the end user console.
The following table describes preferences that an end user can set up:
End users can add an image to their profile, job title, phone numbers, and email addresses.
End users can add only one work email, and this email is used for sending email notifications from BMC Digital Workplace.
End users can enable notifications they want to receive for the following types of events:
End users can create approval delegation rules to temporarily delegate their requests to other users.
For more information about this feature, see Delegating business requests to alternate approvers.
End users can create the default collaborators group to automatically share all new requests with the default group, or to manually share certain requests with the default group.
For more information about this feature, see Collaborating on service requests.
End users can set up their social preferences as follows:
The updates from the followed people are displayed in the Posts timeline.
|Location||End users can set up their home location. When they do so, they can receive corporate broadcasts.|