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Getting around in T.Flex

To use T.Flex, you need to log into the TASSTA network with valid credentials of a subscribed user account.

On the first run, in addition to the user name and password you also need to specify where you are connecting to. For that, click the Settings button at the bottom. On the Settings screen, configure the following:

  • User name
  • Password
  • Server domain name (or IP address)
  • Server port

Contact your administrator for this information. For more details about login sessions, see Logging in and out.

The T.Flex UI consists of the main view area, the Push-to-Talk (PTT) button and the bottom toolbar. The main view area is multi-functional and can show a variety of interfaces, depending on which feature you are working with. For a list of these features, see Main menu.

The PTT screen is your main screen after login in a default deployment. However, the choice of main screen for you is up to the administrator, so your experience may vary.

Bottom toolbar

At the bottom of the screen, the application shows a toolbar with the following items for quick access:

Main menu

The main menu contains the app's main navigation options. To reveal it, tap the Menu icon in the bottom toolbar.

The list of options available for navigation depends on T.Commander settings. Scroll the list if all of the options don't fit on the screen.

The following table briefly explains the purpose of each menu item. Tapping any of the items takes you to the corresponding dedicated interface.

Interface Description
PTT Takes you to the PTT button screen.
Users Lists the users configured by the administrator in T.Commander and shows their statuses, group memberships and activity.
See Access to people in your TASSTA network.
Groups Lists the groups configured by the administrator in T.Commander. To select a group in the list, tap the group. Once you have selected a group, you can initiate a group call to it from any interface using the PTT button.
See Access to people in your TASSTA network.
LWP Takes you to the Lone Worker Protection screen; for details, see Lone worker protection.
Map GPS location and tracking of users on the map in real time. All available users are marked with their user name and pin icon.
See GPS location and tracking.
Indoor localization Determine the indoor whereabouts of specific users in situations where GPS is not accurate enough or not applicable.
See Indoor localization.
Emergency Features related to emergency situations: emergency call, Periodic Check U, and lone worker protection.
See Voice communication and Lone worker protection.
E2EE End-to-end encryption is an additional security mechanism. Configure keys for encryption and decryption.
See Voice communication.
Reset password Change the password for your user account.
See Logging in and out.
Chats Real-time exchange of free-form text messages between individual users or in groups.
See Messaging.
History Lists the calls that involved you. Depending on the administrative configuration, it can also let you play back recordings of recent voice messages.
See Voice recording and call history.
Bluetooth Lists the audio and Bluetooth devices that can be paired for use with the app.
Emergency Journal Lists emergency calls that have occurred.
See Lone worker protection and Emergency journal.
Features Status Summary of which TASSTA features are available to you on the device, as configured by the administrator in T.Commander. The availability of a feature is indicated by a small disk next to it. A green disk means the feature is enabled, and red means disabled. Some features can be marked by split red/gray or green/gray disks. The gray part means the feature is unsupported or unavailable due to permission settings.
Task Manager Lets you work with your assigned tasks and create new tasks.
See Task management and control.
Settings Configure T.Flex options.
See Application settings.
My TASSTA User-defined shortcuts to favorite features and options. This screen also provides call requests that are sent to the T.Rodon operator.
See My TASSTA feature.
About Version of the application and links to legal information and privacy policy.
Logout Log out of the TASSTA network.
See Logging in and out.