Use this pascom mobile clients for iOS and Android user guide to have a step by step guide to using our mobile VoIP and Unified Communications tools.
Before logging in to the pascom mobile VoIP client for the first time, the mobile app pairing process needs to completed. This can be done either by your System Administrator or by the end user, providing they have the required pascom phone system permissions.
Open the pascom Desktop Client and go to the
My Devices section. Next to your assigned mobile telephone, click on the Pair button in order start the pairing process.
You will now need to enter your pascom desktop client password and click Next. Further instructions and a QR code will now be displayed. The QR code is valid for 5 minutes and will automatically regenerate after the time period has expired. Alternatively, this can be done by hand via the Regenerate button.
The following instructions will be displayed within the pascom desktop client.
As soon as the install has finished successfully, open the pascom mobile app and click on Start.
Using your smartphone / tablet, scan the QR-Code as shown in the pascom desktop client.
In the next step, enter your mobile phone number using the international format, or leave this field empty. By not providing a phone number, you will not be able to use the GSM function of the mobile app. Once entered correctly, click Next and the automatic pairing process will start.
Once the pairing process has finished, you will be automatically logged into the pascom mobile app.
As soon as the pascom mobile app has been setup and logged into, it can now be used independantly of the pascom Desktop Client. A simultaneous, parallel operation is NOT required.
The pascom mobile app consists of 6 menu options / features:
|Contact list filter||Can be used to display only specific contacts. Per default, three filters are available, Client-User, Favourites and Team. Favorites can be user defined by clicking on the star next to the receiver symbol. Further filters can be defined by your phone system admin using Roles.|
|Client-User||Displays information regarding your internal contacts.|
|Favorites||Filters and display only those contacts added to your favorites.|
|Teams||Lists the Teams within which you are either a permanent or flexible member. The Available or Offline status here refers to wether you are currently logged into the team nore not.|
|Search||Search tool to search through a.o. your contact list.|
|Agents Overview||Displays all logged in (green), paused (yellow) and inactive team members (gray).|
|Calls Waiting||Displays all the calls currently waiting in the selected team’s call queue.|
|Log in / out||If you are a dynamic team member you can use the person symbol to log in (+) or out (-).|
|Pause / Resume||Use the pause symbol to pause your selected team membership (you will not receive any team calls) and set a preconfigured reason for the pause. To rejoin the team simply click the play button.|
Click on the speech bubble chat symbol found in the red menu ribbon to open to the chat section. This will display all your active chats and group chats in list form.
To start a chat conversation, within the contact list simply click on the desired participant.
To start a group chat, go to the chat tool as described above and click on the Group Chat… button. Enter a group name (i.e. short description of topic to be discussed) and the add participants either by using the filter tool or the list below. It is only possible to add online contacts to a group chat (offline contacts are not displayed). Should you add a participant later after the group chat has started, they will only receive messages from the moment they were added and not before.
Chat notifications are delivered even if the pascom mobile client app is running the background and is not currently active on your mobile device. Notifications are delivered as status updates just as you would expect on your smart device. Should the chat tool not be the currently selected active section of the client, the new chat(s) notification will by symbolized by the green counter next to the speech bubble icon in the red menu ribbon.
To make a call, click on the phone receiver icon in the red menu ribbon. Before starting a call, it is possible to choose whether the call should be completed via GSM or not (via VoIP). To choose simply select your preference via the GSM switch (top left). As long as you entered your mobile phone number during the device pairing process, a GSM fallback is possible even when the GSM switch deactivated is. The GSM fallback comes into affect when your internet connection is unstable or too weak (e.g. when switching between different mobile networks or lower mobile data coverage areas).
There are numerous options for starting a call using the pascom mobile client:
A blind / unattended transfer is a call transfer that is performed without speaking to the intended contact where the call should be transferred to. Blind transfers can be done at anytime during a call. Simply click on Transfer and dial target number.
Should you wish to transfer the call to a colleague, simply select your contact list (red menu ribbon) and press and hold the desired colleagues listing / profile picture until the dropdown options list appears. From the list, select the Transfer option.
Attended transfers are similar to blind / unattended transfers with the exception that the intended recipient is consulted before the transfer is conducted. An attended transfer is completed using a 2 step process:
It is not necessary to place the original call on hold as this will be done automatically once the call as described in step 1 starts. By completing step 2, the call will be transferred and will disconnect on your participation in the call.
Starting a 3-way-conference is similar to performing an Attended Transfer and is done using the following 2 step process:
Lastly, as the conference initiator it is possible to remove a participant from the conference by pressing the red hang up receiver icon next to the participant in the active call list in the top of the call screen.
DTMF tones are used for example when entering a conference room PIN, selecting from an options menu when calling a hotline / business with multiple departments (i.e. “press 1 for…, 2 for…, 3 for ….”) or entering a number code in open a door.
In order to use DTMF tones once a call with the pascom mobile client has been started, simply press the dialpad icon found within the active call screen.
Even if the pascom mobile client is running in the background on your mobile device or the telephony tool is currently not in focus, active calls will be display as a status update via which you can switch to the active call window (telephony section) within the pascom mobile client at any time.
By pressing the voicemail box symbol, you can call your voicemail box directly play back messages from within the mobile client. By following the voicemail box prompts, further additional options are also available to you.
The call history section provides an overview of all your completed calls, populated from across all your phone system devices.
Press on a call history entry in order to view more detailed information relating to the call. Within this screen it is also possible to start a call back by pressing the phone receiver icon.
By pressing and holding on an entry within the call history, it is possible to copy the call details including caller name (if present) and the telephone number.
The pascom mobile client provides access to both the company phone book as well as your private phone book (managed by you). Should you add a contact to your private phone book, the contact name etc will appear for inbound calls only in your mobile and desktop client Der pascom Mobile Client.