Desktop.com allows users to make calls and video conferences with individuals and teams across the platform.
In Desktop.com, you can communicate with teams and individuals with our chat feature. Learn how to utilize this tool and effectively communicate with the people you need to.
A desktop is the space where you can separate and organize your content, based on your different needs, for example, teams and projects.
Understand the two different types of desktops that you can use for your account: user desktops and workspace desktops.
Favorites and recent will help you quickly navigate through your workspace for the items and apps you want to find. Learn how to use them in this article.
You can adjust your desktop's layout the way you desire, making it easy for you to find the tools you'd like to access.
The workspace's members with the user's rights can delete links only from their personal desktops and can't delete from the workspace's desktops
Learn how the notifications work on each desktop and when they will appear for specific users.
Use a custom SSO app configuration to set up your app within our platform.
Learn how to share your screen in a video conference with other participants.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security system that verifies a user’s identity by requiring multiple credentials such as a code from the user’s smartphone, the answer to a security question, a fingerprint, or facial recognition.
The Desktop.com Password manager stores passwords for apps in one place. In this way, you will not have to select a username and password on the login page or push the login button each time you want to launch the app.
Read about how we keep your data secure and safe when you use Desktop.com.
Users in a single workspace can view the timeline to see a list of events such as add/remove apps, links, users, etc. in chronological order. Timeline shows on each desktop and can look at least 60 days back.
Owners, users and administrators each have different rights on a desktop. Learn about each of the roles rights on a desktop.
Find out the information about a desktop meaning. A desktop is the space where you can add apps and links, and also have chat and calls with members of the same desktop. You can have one or more desktops in your workspace. You will be able to create, manage and share desktops with other members.
Learn how to schedule one-time/non recurring meetings or set a serie of meetings/recurring meetings