keyboard shortcuts

With TAPICall you can make your workflow faster and more comfortable. To take full advantage of TAPICall, you should familiarize yourself with the features that feature shortcuts and configure these shortcuts to be easily accessible to you.

 

With TAPICall you can make your workflow faster and more comfortable. To take full advantage of TAPICall, you should familiarize yourself with the features that feature shortcuts and configure these shortcuts to be easily accessible to you.

 Use this shortcut to show the shortcuts. In Speed Dials, you can create and use entries for dialing specific numbers, searching for specific terms, and even executing plant commands.

 Use this shortcut to see the call log where you can see all the calls that TAPICall has responded to. With just one click, you can create a call info email template for each of the listed calls, with the date and time directly linked to the contact.

Call site in TAPICall

 Opens the window where you can search your contacts and the online directories quickly and easily. You can start a call by double-clicking a number or by pressing the assigned shortcut while a number is highlighted. With a double-click on a name, you can open or create the corresponding contact. If you have selected a text or phone number while using this shortcut, the text or number will be transferred directly to the window. A detailed explanation of the window can be found here.

Initiate anurf with search window

 If you use this shortcut during a conversation, the conversation window opens. In the call window, you have access to various functions of TAPICall as well as the system functions hang-up, hold and call forwarding.

 With the interactive telephone number correction, the telephone numbers in the corresponding contact are canonically formatted.

 With this shortcut you can insert a freely configurable comment block. You can use all placeholders from the list below the template field and your own words for the comment block. The comment block helps a lot in keeping a call history. When you have answered a call, add the comment block, which defaults to the time, date, and call direction, to the notes area of the contact, and write a note behind it about the content of the conversation. If you use your contact information along with others via an Exchange server, it makes sense to include your initials in the comment block so that you can see at a glance who recently spoke to the contact.

Caution: Using this shortcut overwrites the current contents of your clipboard!