Flexible interface designs help increase user productivity. Part of their useful also comes from reacting in certain ways to hardware devices and the operating systems they are running on. How a user sets up their work environment across these screens and using these systems also plays a role. 

Here are 3 quick and basic tips that all users should be aware of. You may intuitively know about these elements when you see them. But incase you've always wondered, we'll explain 3 of them here.

1. Open the Authoring Interface in a New Browser Window at Login

Normally when you log in to dominKnow | ONE the authoring interface opens in the same browser tab as the log in page.
But if the log in browser window is small enough (less than 720px high or 1024 px wide) it will trigger the authoring interface to open in a new Browser window of its own. And in this case, the browser window will not display the usual tabs and other options at the top, which gives you more space for authoring. On a small screen like a laptop, every pixel of space is helpful!

2. Using Browser Settings To Zoom The Authoring Display

You can adjust what you see in the dominKnow | ONE authoring interface by using the zoom feature in your browser.

3. Increase the Stage Display Size By Hiding The Left-Side Panel And The Ribbon

You can hide both the left-side panel beside the Stage and the Ribbon above the Stage. This is a great way to increase the display size of the Stage while you author, and is very helpful on smaller computer screens like lap tops.

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