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My Cisco to get a new location on pages

September 28, 2010 - 0 Comments

If you haven’t already tried it, I heartily recommend spending some time with My Cisco and the My Cisco workspace.

My Cisco is available across most pages and provides access to information from business applications you use frequently like recent service requests, networked bookmarks, software alerts, and favorite devices and products.

My Cisco is especially popular with Partners (who can access their deals and quotes, find events and check Partner news) and all those who manage support. We add new features to My Cisco regularly: Recently, for instance, we updated the Deals and Quotes module, which pulls information from Commerce Workspace, and now allows Partners to customize their view and gives visibility to their Global Deals in My Cisco.

Currently, My Cisco is in the upper right corner of the screen and the works like a pulldown.

In a few weeks, we’re going to give My Cisco a new home on the page: It’s moving from the upper right (1), to the lower left, in a permanent floating toolbar (2).

This new location gives My Cisco and related functionality a little more room to grow for the future, and also makes it more convenient for you to access it when you may have scrolled down some information-rich page (you won’t have to scroll back up to get to the My Cisco menu).

(For a little while, we’re going to have a link at the very top of the page to My Cisco Workspace, as a memory aid.)

By the way, since Partners are such heavy users of My Cisco functionality, we’ve recently added a link to My Cisco Workspace to the Partner menu on the home page, and to the My Cisco box on the Partner Central main page.

Partner menu:

Partner Central main page box:


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