FirstClass is a fully integrated suite of applications designed to enhance communication, collaboration, and knowledge sharing within education and corporate environments. FirstClass takes communication capabilities well beyond standard solutions by integrating a powerful set of features and applications for online collaboration, learning, content sharing, publishing, and social communities.
With FirstClass Mobile, Android device users can access their FirstClass Communities site and:
• Manage their email messages in their account.
• Create new communities, and invite others to join them.
• Make, read, reply to, and monitor posts in communities.
• View shared images, text, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files.
• Upload photos to a community’s document area.
• Create, view, and update community wikis.
• Search for content, people, and communities.
• Manage their personal profile and My People list.
• Update their status message.
• Tell at a glance the status of persons they are following.
• Add personal blog entries and view others' blogs.
The FirstClass Mobile application requires that you have an active account with mobile access privileges enabled, on a FirstClass 11.0 or later based server. You must login to your server's FirstClass Communities (formerly known as Social Workplace) URL. Important: this URL will be a different address from the one you use for your PC/Mac desktop client or regular web client. If you do not know your FirstClass Communities URL, please contact your system administrator.
Watch this video to quickly learn how to setup FirstClass Mobile:
• Added Reply All with quote.
• To, CC, and BCC fields no longer clear when changing orientation.
• Now comples with Mobile Reconnect Period policy.
• Saved password will be removed when a typed password error occurs.
• When Save Password box is unchecked will clear the password.
• FirstClass server errors now display.
• "CID" pre-pending to recipient name on reply.
• Fix for attachments with image making the last attachment unavailable.
• Images in messages from the internet now display.