3CX is packed with advanced Unified Communications features that help users increase their productivity and mobility. Integrated clients for Windows, Mac and a web client as well as smartphone apps for iOS and Android offer users all the features they need to carry out their work efficiently. Click2Call, easy call transfers, straightforward audio and web conference setup with the click of a button, integrated wallboard and switchboard, and much more. Take a look at our short how-to videos to get an idea of just how easy 3CX is to use and what you’re missing out on!
For more step-by-step guides on how to use 3CX and all of its features take a look at our User Manual. If you are an IT Administrator who is managing 3CX for your company take a look at our Administrator Manual.
3CX Webinars are free and are an ideal way for resellers and end-users to easily learn how to configure, use and manage 3CX. Check out our upcoming webinars and make sure you register to the webinar of your choice as they are on a first come, first serve basis. If a webinar is full, not to worry, we will organize more in the near future.
The 3CX Academy is free and open to anyone who wants to learn more about using or selling 3CX. Providing you with the resources needed to deploy, manage and support 3CX, our academy is the best way to gain all the knowledge you need. It’s split into three levels – Basic, Intermediate and Advanced, each level is concluded with a test which, once completed successfully, awards you with the equivalent certificate.
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Below you can find a list of small features as well as tips and tricks in JASP, explained with a simple animated GIF. Click on the GIF-icon to get to the file.
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Learn how to collaborate using Abstract in six easy steps.
Projects represent an area of work. If you are on a product team, you may want a Project for iOS, Android, or web. You may want separate Projects for your UI library and style guides, and a separate Projects for marketing work or sales materials. If you are a creative agency, each client contract could be a Project. How you set up your team’s Projects depends on how their work is organized.
You don’t always have to create a Project to begin. Someone on your team could start a Project and invite you to collaborate. Learn more…
These files are your Master files – your single source of truth. Each Project has a Master and can consist of one or several Sketch files. This way, everyone can look at the Master and use it as reference for their work.
Remember to always open your Sketch file from Abstract. This way, all changes made to your file will be tracked and recorded in Abstract. Learn more…
Branches allow you to make a copy of the Master file while still being connected to the Master. It’s a safe space to explore, create, and iterate, without worrying about losing your original file. You can create as many Branches as you like!
You can Branch from two places: Master or another existing Branch. This is useful if you want to riff on someone else’s work that hasn’t yet been finalized. Learn more…
A Commit is like a “super save” with context. When you Commit, you write a short description of the edits you made. This way, your team can look at your Commit history and know what changes were made, when, and why.
Commit every time you make a change to your Branch like a new exploration, when you finish a chunk of work, or when you change direction. Learn more…
Annotating and leaving comments on a design simplifies the feedback process for your team. Use annotations to highlight specific areas of the file and share your feedback so the team knows exactly what you’re referring to. All feedback is collated with the design file, making it easy for the designer to incorporate it.
Make a Collection to share your work. All annotations and comments made on the designs will be reflected in the Collection. Learn more…
Merging is where the magic happens. It’s what brings all the separate edits together in one place. You can Merge two Branches and bring those Sketch files together in one place or, Merge to the Master. Completing a Merge will archive the Branch, where it can be reviewed or revived later.
Always get approval from a designer before Merging into their Branch. Most teams follow a process of getting approval from their design lead or team lead before Merging into Master. Learn more…
Your Master file can be the single point of reference for the entire team. No duplicate files. No conflicted copy. No confusion.
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