All of the updates and changes will be recorded in the changelog. Because the Webphone is a web application, updates are directly available in your browser and can be applied by clicking the ‘Update available’ button. This way you always have the newest features, fixes, and improvements available to use.
- The status of your colleagues on the Dialer and Contacts pages. The status, also known as Busy Lamp Field (or BLF), did not always display the correct information. The Webphone no longer sends unnecessary signals when you receive a call while Do Not Disturb is enabled. This reduces the chance of the incorrect status being displayed.
- The ‘Are you sure you want to leave?’ browser modal is no longer visible after you’ve logged out and want to close the page.
- The Webphone would not show notifications in the bottom-right corner anymore when connecting or disconnecting your microphone and/or headset. The notifications are back, unless you’ve disabled them on the Settings page.
- The mute button appeared to not be active when activating it, navigating to a different page and back while in a call. This has been resolved.
- An issue where your settings were not loaded correctly after logging in.
- An issue where the default transfer method was not selected after clicking the Transfer button on the Ongoing calls page.
- Favorites are now also sorted alphabetically, just like the other contacts.
- Notifications visible in the bottom-right will now be translated correctly when switching between languages.
- An issue where the name and email address of the previous logged in user were visible in the top-left.
- It’s no longer possible to click the Log out button accidentally and log out when in an active call.
- An option to the Settings page that prevents your computer from going into sleep mode when the Webphone is visible on your screen.
- The sounds that were played when using the keypad on the Dialer page. Clicking the numbers played sounds, but no DTMF (dual-tone multi-frequency) signals were sent to the ongoing call. This could be confusing as the numbers entered seemed to affect the ongoing call, e.g. when choosing an option in a call menu (IVR), but in reality it didn’t do anything.
- The sounds that were played when using the keypad during a transfer. The keypad (the clickable numbers located under the keypad button) on the Dialer page and during a transfer is only used to search for a contact or to enter a phone number.
- Validating and correcting the entered phone number for contacts. If you enter a phone number that contains special characters or spaces, the Webphone will try to correct it to a correct phone number. If it still fails to save, it displays a message to help you resolve the error.
- A message on the Dialer page during an active call. This contains a reference to the Ongoing calls page if you want to use the keypad to choose an option in a call menu (IVR) or to use extensions.
- Visual feedback to the sound check buttons. When you click the button, a “Playing sound” message appears next to your mouse cursor.
- The status of your colleagues on the Dialer and Contacts pages. The status, also known as Busy Lamp Field (or BLF), did not always display the correct information. Whether someone is available, busy, ringing, or has their status set to do not disturb, should now be updated correctly and almost instantly.
- The buttons on the Ongoing calls page. It is now clearer which option is activated, i.e. mute microphone and transfer call, and what is going to happen when you click the button again to deactivate it.
- The phone number field when adding or editing a contact. The Webphone is a lot more helpful when copying-and-pasting phone numbers from other sources, i.e. an address book on your PC or Mac. Instead of showing an error message, the Webphone will automatically remove any special characters or spaces that cannot be saved.
- Some messages and blocking elements when the Webphone detected incorrect firewall or network settings.
- The alignment of icons when displaying a longer name on the Recents page.
- The message on the Dialer page when there is no permission given to use the microphone. This message loads correctly again when this browser permission is denied or blocked. Without this microphone permission, it is not possible to make or receive calls using the Webphone.
- The situation when the Webphone detected incorrect firewall settings. A message is still shown that advises to check the (local) network settings, but it is possible to call and use other functionalities. This makes it possible to access the Webphone while using Remote Desk Services (RDS).
- The alignment of the Ongoing calls page. Depending on the window size of the Webphone, the name of the caller is now fully visible. The caller name, phone number, and call status are also better aligned when using smaller window sizes.
- An error on a contact page when trying to add or edit 0800 phone numbers.
- The option to enable remote logging in the feedback form. This makes it easier to detect possible issues and problems. This option won’t be visible if it’s already enabled on the Settings page.
- Even more visual detail on clickable buttons and elements. This makes it even more clear that something is clickable once you hover over it with your mouse. This has been added to the Do Not Disturb button, the contacts on the Dialer page, the Recents page, and to a couple other buttons.
- Introduction and explanation of the contact book functionality on the Contacts page. This was only visible on the first time visit. The feature is now an essential part of the Webphone and no longer needs an introduction.
- A button on the Recents page to add a phone number from a recent call to a new contact.
- Enabling Do Not Disturb during an incoming call. If the DND button is clicked while receiving a call, the call will be rejected. This will stop the ringing and the browser notification will disappear. The call then continues in the call group and/or the dial plan as usual.
- The loading time of the webphone. Startup takes almost two seconds less time, depending on your internet connection.
- Text on several pages. The Webphone is now being referred to as “the Webphone” instead of just “Webphone”.
- A message which asks for an opinion about the Webphone. After three calls, a message asks to give the Webphone a rating between 1 and 5 stars. We are very curious about your opinion and any additional feedback!
- An ‘Install the Webphone’ section on the Settings page. This section explains why it is useful to install the Webphone and shows an install button if it is not already installed.
- An issue where some users encountered a warning about their firewall settings being incorrect, while they were set correctly.
- Readability of dropdown menus with dark mode enabled. For Windows users the options on the Settings page were not readable.
- Colors of the Webphone’s logo and name when dark mode is enabled. The logo and text now have a clear white color on a dark background on the Log in and Contact us pages.
- An issue where some users were unable to log in.
- The styling of an incoming and outgoing call. When setting up a new call or receiving a call, it now looks the same as a call on the Ongoing calls page.
- If you were not logged in, the settings were not loaded. This caused the Webphone to stop booting at all.
- The contacts were loaded on every single page, even though they were not visible on every page. By optimizing this process and only loading contacts when necessary, navigating between different pages in the Webphone is a bit faster with less loading time. The contacts are temporarily stored in the browser to improve this even more. Aside from a speed improvement, this also makes it possible to continue making and receiving calls when, in the rare occasion, the Webphone is unable to load the contacts.
- A microphone permission issue in Firefox which blocked and disabled your microphone automatically.
- An issue where default settings were not always set automatically when using the Webphone for the first time or after deleting browser cookies. This could lead to situations where no sound could be heard during a conversation.
- The visibility of buttons that are (temporarily) unavailable. They were hidden in the Webphone, but now show as unavailable buttons in a disabled state. For example: on some pages the call buttons are not available if there is a network problem.
- Your settings in the Webphone are now linked to your user account. If you start using the Webphone on another computer or if the cookies in your browser are removed, the last known settings will be loaded.
- The call button that appeared while hovering over a contact in transfer view. By clicking this button it was possible to set up a new call, which was confusing as you’ll most likely wanted to transfer to that contact instead of calling them.
- A message bubble on the Contacts page to introduce the contact book feature would remain visible after closing the message.
- The problem where only an error message was displayed in the Safari browser. The webphone will now load correctly, but it is not yet possible to use Safari for a fully functional Webphone.
- A situation where the Webphone sent a temporary unavailable tone instead of a busy tone. When you’re in a call and receive an incoming call, the caller will now receive and hear the correct busy tone instead of the temporarily unavailable tone.
- The Contacts page will no longer completely refresh every 40 seconds, but only when a (new) contact has been added or edited.
- A situation where a call would end when you opened the Webphone twice and clicked ‘Continue’. When opening a second window or tab of the Webphone while in an active call, it is no longer possible to continue there. If you would continue there, the call would end. To prevent this, a message tells you to close the newly opened window or tab and return to the first window or tab where the Webphone is already active.
- Extra details to all standard buttons. The look of all standard buttons now slightly change when you hover over them with your mouse and click or select them. The details make it more clear which buttons are clickable and when a button is clicked.
- An outgoing call could not be set up with the click-to-dial browser extension while Do Not Disturb was enabled.
- When you select a fixed destination (e.g. your mobile phone number) as your user destination, you’ll be set to Available correctly.
- After changing and saving your user destination in the telephony platform, it will update your user status in the Webphone correctly when you go to the Settings page.
- A temporary message at the top of the page warning you that due to maintenance your contacts might not load for a short period of time.
- A blank area that would be visible after scrolling downwards when using the Webphone in a smaller screen.
- The accessibility of the Add contact button - you can also navigate to it by using the Tab key.
- Contacts with only a company name are now sorted alphabetically.
- The status when turning Do Not Disturb on or off if no user destination is selected.
- A message that will be shown one time on the Contacts page to briefly explain and promote the new contact book feature.
- The menu item Send feedback by changing the title into Contact us
- The help text for the Remote logging option on the Settings page by rewriting it to make it more clear.
- The Settings page by changing the Privacy title into Debugging. This is the new title for the Remote logging option.
- An extra status for the accounts of colleagues visible on the Dialer and Contacts pages. A grey circle is now shown in each contact when loading the status of VoIP accounts. If the status is not available (e.g. no Webphone account was selected), the grey circle will remain visible.
- An icon to every added contact to make a clear visual distinction between contacts and VoIP accounts.
- It was not possible to change your password in the Webphone when asked to do so. You’re usually forced to change your password when logging in for the first time. This works correctly again.
- Duplicate entries of your audio devices (e.g. your headset and microphone) were shown on the Settings page. Only one option per unique device will now be shown. The ‘Default’ option might show the same device a second time, as it was already chosen by your browser.
- An issue when adding a phone number to a contact. An error telling you the phone number was invalid didn’t go away, even after you corrected the number.
- The input field on the Dialer page will be emptied when setting up a call.
- Every phone number you add to a contact is automatically formatted. This means that the first 0 is replaced by +31 (country code for the Netherlands) if it’s an external number. From now, the first 0 will be replaced with the country code that you’ve selected in the settings of your webphone account.
- The variable caller name for incoming calls. When receiving a call, the variable caller name added to a step in the dial plan was not shown in the browser notification or on the Ongoing calls page.
- Some contacts marked as a favorite were shown twice in the Favorites section.
The time has come for the next step: you can add your contacts to the Webphone! With the introduction of the highly requested contact book feature, the Webphone jumps from version 1.26.0 to 2.0.0.
- The Dialer and Recents pages now give clear instructions when you haven’t selected a Webphone account. The Recents page no longer shows any outdated information, but a way to select a Webphone account instead.
- Your Do Not Disturb status after refreshing the page. It should show the correct DND status to your colleagues when you’ve changed it and hit refresh shortly after.
- Length of the feedback form has been decreased by removing the Subject field.
- Contact book feature. It’s now possible to add your contacts to the Webphone. You can do so by clicking the Add Contact button on the Contacts page. Enter a name and phone number, click Save, and the contact replaces the phone number used everywhere in the Webphone. Every contact you add is also visible for your colleagues who use the Webphone.
You can add a contact with any internal number such as users or call groups and call them directly, but also external ones such as mobile phone numbers you’re frequently calling and no longer want to memorize.
We’re really happy and proud to release this feature, and look forward to your feedback to improve it even more. If you have any feedback, please let us know by sending a message on the Send feedback page.
- When a colleague calls your internal user number directly, it will now show the name of their VoIP account correctly in the Recents page. It used to show your own user number and you couldn’t see who called you.
- Do Not Disturb status of other Webphone accounts on the Colleagues page. When a colleague has turned on Do Not Disturb, the status of their account shows an orange crossed-through bell icon. This resembles the Do Not Disturb user status at the top of the page.
- The ‘Welcome to the Webphone’ process when you log in for the first time works correctly again. It helps you to select the right audio devices, check if everything is working properly, and give permission to use your microphone and show notifications for incoming calls.
- The color of the BLF status (Busy Lamp Field) on the Colleagues page has been adjusted to be the same as on a desk phone. Color of the Ringing and Busy statuses has changed from orange to red. The user status for Do Not Disturb has changed from red to orange.
- On the Colleagues page, you’ll no longer be scrolled back to the top of the page automatically when the list is updated.
- It’s no longer possible to set up a call on the Recents page when you have not given permission to use your microphone. This is to prevent you from setting up calls where you’re not able to talk with the person you’re calling.
- It’s possible to use the copy phone number button on the Recent page when you have not given the Webphone permission to use your microphone.
- Ringing status is back! You can find it on the Colleagues page. An animation of a ringing bell is shown when receiving or setting up a phone call. When the call is answered, the ringing bell changes into a telephone icon to represent the Busy status. When the call is declined, it changes into the previous Available status, which can be recognized as a small green Vialer icon.
- The color of the Keypad button had an orange color instead of using the Webphone color when hovering over it with your mouse cursor.
- The Webphone now only shows one notification instead of several when the audio quality of the call is lower than normal. This is likely due to a bad internet connection.
- The updating of the presence indicator of contacts has been improved.
*31*to a phone number to call anonymously and other similar network instructions again.
- Notifications are no longer shown on the ‘Welcome to the Webphone’ and ‘You’re logged out’ pages.
- You’ll hear a ‘number unobtainable’ tone when a phone number you’re trying to call is incomplete or does not exist, instead of a ‘number unavailable’ tone. To make this even more clear, a message has been added to the ongoing call on the Ongoing calls page.
- VoIP accounts used in the Android or iOS app, better known as app accounts, were always shown with an Online status. Because the Webphone is unable to check whether an app account is online before calling it, the status of app accounts will now show a smartphone icon instead.
- ‘Do Not Disturb’ option is now accessible and usable for all users who use screenreader software.
- ‘Do Not Disturb’ can now be enabled and disabled by using your keyboard. Focus it with the Tab key and press the Space key to enable and disable it.
- Remote logging ID is assigned once and stays the same for your user account. This makes it easier for the developers to investigate issues and errors.
- When you type a phone number and add one or multiple spaces, the call would fail and prevent you from making any new calls. To prevent this, the Webphone will now automatically remove all entered spaces after you’ve pressed the Call button.
- The styling and lay-out of calls on the Ongoing calls page has improved a lot when using the Webphone in a smaller window size. Especially the Transfer view makes the best use of the available space.
- The toggle switch and text of the DND status is now properly aligned in all browsers.
- If the Webphone is inactive for more than 8 hours, it will automatically refresh. This is to prevent possible issues where you’re not able to answer incoming calls.
- Changing your audio devices while receiving an incoming call, would cause the Webphone to crash and prevent you from answering the call.
- All visible contacts no longer disappear from the Dialer page when you unfavorite all of them.
- The phone number or name of the original caller is visible again after transferring.
- The Webphone version (also known as user agent) is now correctly shown in the telephone platform.
- ‘Setting saved’ message when adjusting something on the Settings page. While cleaning up the code, we introduced a smooth animation and shortened the message to ‘Saved’.
- On Windows, notifications of incoming calls would stay visible on your screen even when the call was no longer ringing. Notifications will now be closed when a call has ended.
- On the Recents page, your own outgoing number would be visible in the list of recent calls when an outgoing call was missed or declined. Now, the phone number or name of the person you tried to call will be shown.
- When starting up the Webphone, you’ll no longer see ‘Not connected’ or ‘No Webphone account selected’ screens when your connection works correctly.
- It’s now less likely that you will be able to select a Webphone account that is already in use. In the rare occassion that you do select a Webphone account that’s used by someone else, a message will be shown to please try again.
- A checkbox to not show the message again was added to the ‘Microphone permission denied’ and ‘No Webphone account chosen’ messages. After checking this checkbox and dismissing a message, it will change accordingly on the Settings page and no longer show the message in the future.
- Name or number that was displayed for a missed call on the Recents page. It would show the designated destination of the missed call, rather than the name or number of the person that was calling. It shows the name or number of the person that was missed from now on.
- Scrolling through colleagues in either the Dialer or Transfer view with arrow keys. It was reversed: when pressing left arrow key, the focus of the Webphone would jump to the right instead of to the left.
- Calling the first search result instead of the last one when pressing the Enter key. When multiple search results were shown in the Dialer, the Webphone would call the last result when pressing the Enter key instead of the expected first result.
- The user status at the top was improved. It now features an easy way to toggle Do Not Disturb to on or off by using the DND switch inside the status. The colors were also changed to have a better look and improved contrast.
- Amount of recent calls on the Recents page was increased from 20 to 50 results.
- The sorting of calls on the Ongoing calls page. The newest call will always show on top of the page. Previously, it would show at the bottom of the list. It’s now in line with the Recents page: the most recently answered or set up call is always shown at the top.
- After an incoming or outgoing has ended, you’ll no longer stay on the Ongoing page. Once the hang up tone ends, you’ll be redirected automatically to the last page you were visiting.
- The responsiveness of the Transfer view. When you want to transfer a call, the input field will move to a second row below the call buttons. This is especially helpful when using the Webphone in a smaller browser window.
- A status icon to every VoIP account on the Colleagues page. The status icon resembles a BLF (Busy Lamp Field); it shows whether the VoIP account is online (green), offline (gray), or busy (orange). This is in line with the improved user status.
- Mini-avatars and the ‘offline’ + ‘busy’ statuses on the Colleagues page. They have been replaced by the aferomentioned status icons.
- While optimizing the Dark Mode, the default color of the icons in the menu was accidentally changed. They are colored the same as the Webphone again.
- The Webphone would memorize only one preferred audio device that you selected to use as microphone and/or headset. From now on, it memorizes up to ten different audio devices. Once you connect one of your previously selected devices to your computer, the Webphone will choose it automatically. As most people use up to three different audio devices, a list of ten preferred devices is probably sufficient.
- Being connected to the internet by using WiFi and ethernet simultaneously, caused an issue once you put your computer into sleep mode or closed the lid of your laptop. Once taken out of sleep mode, the Webphone seemed to be connected perfectly fine but in reality you wouldn’t receive any incoming calls.
- If you’ve installed the Webphone as a Progressive Web App, the address bar will use the main color of the Webphone instead of the default color.
- List of recent phone calls on the Recents page appeared to be empty and didn’t load any calls after the 28th of February.
- Logged in users who see ‘undefined undefined’ as their name should see their own name again, no need to logout and log back in.
- All new users are correctly redirected to the welcome to the Webphone section again.
- In some cases, your name would be shown as ‘undefined undefined’ in the top-left. It shows the first and last name correctly again. If not, logging out and logging in again resolves this issue.
- Changed color of all available buttons for both normal and dark mode. We did this to improve visibility and make it more clear which actions are possible.
- All buttons will remain visible when a call is put on hold or in transfer. Actions that are not available, are less visible and have a gray color.
- In dark mode, it’s now more clear in the menu which page is active.
- Transfer window is now full width instead of a smaller centered element.
- A ‘don’t show again’ checkbox to the notification that’s shown when your browser is not supported.
- An option to the Settings page to turn the ‘Unsupported browser’ notification on or off. The aforementioned checkbox turns this notification off.
- When forced to change the password, it’s now possible to change it directly in the Webphone. Because of this, it’s no longer necessary to do this in the VoIP platform. It’s mostly users who log in for the very first time that benefit from this, as it decreases the amount of steps to take before they can start using the Webphone.
- The ‘Accidental closing pop-up’ option has been moved from the General section to the Notifications section on the Settings page.
- The version number of the Webphone is removed from the top-right. This improves the visibility of the status when using the Webphone in a smaller window size. The version number can still be found on the Send feedback page.
- A direct link to the mentioned Settings or Dialer page in the notifications ‘Not reachable in the Webphone’ and ‘Incorrect firewall settings’.
- A button to the password field in the form of an eye-icon to easily display and hide the entered password.
- The click to dial functionality of the browser plugin no longer worked when you set your Webphone status to ‘Do Not Disturb’.
- We made the first preparations to automatically test all functionalities in the Webphone. This makes it a lot to easier support and develop the Webphone, as it saves time and reduces the risk of functionalities not working anymore after an update.
- The Webphone will now load correctly in the Safari browser and logging in is possible. Because Safari is not a supported browser, it will show a message which recommends to use Google Chrome or the new Microsoft Edge browser instead.
- Some spelling errors and unnecessary text have been removed.
- The Webphone will show a notification again when no Webphone account was chosen.
- The call button on the Queues page is now correctly hidden when it’s not possible to set up a phone call, i.e. when no Webphone account was chosen.
- VoIP accounts of Colleagues will now correctly show as offline after unregistering, i.e. logging out of an active Webphone account.
- The sound test button will no longer move below the Headset and Microphone dropdown menus.
- When an audio device is (dis)connected, it will show whether it’s a specific headset or a microphone. Previously this was a general ‘audio devices (re)connected’ notification.
- The status of your Webphone account (avatar in the top-left) and the connectivity status with the Webphone (status in the top-right) have been combined into one general status. The new combined status is now visible to the right of your name and email address. The status remains clickable to quickly set your Webphone account to Do Not Disturb.
- The ‘on hold’ label now appears correctly when an active call is set to hold and the call status changes to orange.
- When starting a number with ‘+’ colleagues would still be matched, e.g. ‘+321’ matched to the colleague with the internal number ‘321’.
- In Firefox, no ringtone or notification of an incoming call was played when active in a different tab or window. This has been resolved.
- The sound check buttons in the audio settings are disabled when the sound is playing. The buttons are enabled again once the sound ends.
- The last selected transfer method (‘Warm/Attended’ or ‘Cold/Blind’) is now being memorized.
- Language selector in the welcome to the Webphone section is now aligned correctly in the top right.
- Added autoplay for the Google Chrome browser to make sure the ringtone works when the Webphone is active in a different tab or window. Previously the ringtone wouldn’t play if you opened a new tab or window without being active in the Webphone first.
- The link to the Support page now links to a brand new external support page (only applies to the Vialer version of the Webphone).
- Added a screen on the Dialer page when the Webphone detects that something in the network is faulty, i.e. incorrect firewall settings.
- A separate section on the Settings page for notification settings (more settings will be added in the future).
- Added a button to each recent call that copies the phone number of that call.
- Open toast messages are now properly closed when logging out.
- DTMF tones could be entered before a call was accepted.
- Toast messages remain visible when hovered with the cursor.
- Styling for some components.
- A toast message is shown when a transfer has been completed.
- Sounds were not switched to newly selected audio devices while playing.
- ‘Unknown’ is replaced with the phone number for recent calls on the Recents page.
- Dark mode theme is now available to everyone at all times on the Settings page.
- The pressed DTMF tones are now shown on the keypad interface during an ongoing call.
- The Webphone will display when microphone permission is blocked to prevent confusion as to why calls cannot be received or made.
- The Webphone will display when a VoIP account is not set by the user
- A little checkmark when a setting is changed.
- The BLF (whether someone is busy or available) status of colleagues was not being updated after using the Webphone for a while.
- Changelog not working.
- Copy and pasting into the number input on the Dialer page.
- Errors are now also logged with remote logging so errors are now more easy to identify in the application flow.
- When in an active call you can now use your keyboard to navigate through IVRs (interactive voice response) in any page of the Webphone.
- Not able to search for contacts when you have no favorites.
- Webphone being in a broken state that indicated that there is a call while there is none.
- Being able to call ‘#’.
- Sound still playing while it should have been stopped, i.e. the ringtone.
- Toast messages in the bottom-right corner that indicate when an audio device has been disconnected or reconnected.
- Toast message in the bottom-right corner when the audio quality of a call is poor.
- The BLF (whether someone is busy or available) status of colleagues not updating.
- Handling of the connection when multiple windows or tabs of the Webphone are open.
- Some quick links to help you manage certain settings on your VoIP platform. I.e. a quick link to the dial plans next to the user destination setting.
- The logo of the Webphone at the login screen.
- When checking the ‘Webphone calls only’ checkbox on the Recents page it also shows the external calls.
- Another attempt to fix the ringtone being played while it should have been stopped.
- You can no longer make a call to ‘+’.
- Logging out resulted in a broken state of the Webphone.
- When accepting a call it now redirects you to the Ongoing calls page.
- Being able to stack calls to the same number by spamming the enter key in the dialer input.
- The /call/
- Not being able to paste a number into the Dialer input in Firefox.
- Flashing login page when loading the Webphone for the first time.
- Outgoing call interface not going away when an call error occurred.
- Cold/blind transfer not working when clicking a contact card without giving input.
- You can now just start typing a number in the Dialer without clicking the Dialer input first.
- Awesome new dark mode theme!
- The Recents page now also shows calls that were answered elsewhere.
- Added a toggle to the Recents page that shows calls that are made or received by the Webphone.
- The last connected audio device is memorized. When reconnecting, the device the Webphone tries to select it automatically.
- The Favorites and Colleagues grids are now neatly aligned.
- When you have no favorites, the Favorites and Colleagues toggles are hidden to avoid unnecessary clutter.
- API throttling (more measures to prevent spamming).
- The text for each call on the Recents page is now selectable.
- When searching for contacts, special characters are now properly handled. E.g. searching ‘joel’ will match with ‘joël’.
- Moved the ‘Only show online colleagues’ checkbox to the Settings. It also works for the Dialer and Transfer interface.
- The duration of each call on the Recents page.
- A call button for each queue on the Queues page.
- Added remote logging ID when sending feedback using the feedback form.
- A support page that is available in Dutch and English (depends on the selected language).
- Issue where some calls were only started after 5 seconds.
- The ‘you need to change your temporary password’ message at the login screen not showing up.
- Logging of sound files (such as the ringtone).
- Logging of sound quality of calls.
- The transfer interface has been adjusted to provide a more logical flow.
- Removed some edge cases where the contact status was showing the wrong status when using the webphone for an extended period of time.
- Sounds that were sometimes randomly playing such as the ringtone when there was no call, also known as the ghost calls issue.
- You can now always navigate to the Ongoing calls page.
- The calling flow has been improved to be less interruptive.
- The call transferring flow has been improved to make it more clear when you are creating or completing a transfer.
- Keyboard navigation when navigating through contact cards.
- Calling sessions in the ongoing calls page are now responsive to the browser window size.
- A few interface elements.
- A case where the ringtone played when you did not expect it.
- Recent calls list showing up empty.
- Possible issues with colleagues not reflecting their right status.
- Audio sounds volume levels.
- Picking a default language when using the Webphone for the fist time.
- Option to favorite a colleague.
- Option to hide/show colleagues/favourites on the Dialer page.
- Ability to change your DND status by clicking on your avatar in the top-left.
- Remote logging could not be enabled.
- Clicking notifications now brings the Webphone to the foreground again.
- Welcome to the new Webphone! It’s here, the new Webphone beta is live! In this update:
- The Webphone got a fresh new look.
- The Webphone is more reliable, even when the network connection isn’t optimal.
- It’s easier for us to make improvements.
- We hope that you enjoy the new version. If you encounter any issues or have suggestions on how we can improve the Webphone, please send a message through the ‘Send feedback’ page. Enjoy the new and improved webphone!
- The Webphone is getting an important update! In the middle of August the Webphone beta is getting a large update. This update will enhance and improve the look and performance of the webphone. In addition, the webphone will be more reliable, even when the network connection isn’t optimal. After the update you might need to log in again. We will do our best to keep your preferred settings, but we advise you to check and make sure that they are correct. We are curious to see what you think of the new beta!