SMASHDOCs Desktop Application
Creating and editing documents in SMASHDOCs is possible not only through the web-pages, but also with a special desktop application that can be installed on the device both with MacOS and Windows operation systems. In general, working with documents in the desktop application does not differ much from the editing through the web-page, however, there are some crucial points for you to launch the app successfully. Further there will be described all necessary steps for launching the application and working with SMASHDOCs via this app.
2Run the login process
After successful downloading and installing SMASHDOCs application, open it and you will find the field where you should enter the URL of your workspace.
Below you can also change the language.
After you have inserted URL and selected required language, click "Open" and you will get fields to insert such credentials, as email and password to login.
Here you also see buttons to create a new account, in case you do not have any, reset password, in case you have forgotten and also change the system, in case you want to work in several workspaces. As soon as you click "Change system", the following window opens:
Here you can choose workspace among already added or add new one. If you click "Add workspace", the field appears where you have to insert the required URL of the system (see Image 1).
3Start working in SMASHDOCs application
As soon as you log into the system, your workspace will have the same outlook as in the web-page variant. All functionalities that have been included in your system are available in the app, too.
In the avatar menu you will find all existing options, as well as possibility to change the system.
4Editing a document in SMASHDOCs desktop application
When you open your document, firstly you will see that the document opens as a new tab in the application.
By clicking a cross in any of tabs you will close a corresponding document. Apart from that, right at the document name there is a dropdown list that indicates folders, where this document is stored.