Welcome to WebOS Professional!
Let's personalize WebOS Professional to make you more productive, secure, and efficient
Step 1: Create your business profile
You can add multiple business units to WebOS to keep everything organized
Click the user icon in the upper right corner
Click Business Management
Click Add Business and then input your business information
Now you can select which business you are working in from the dropdown at the top
Step 2: Start adding your favorite apps
WebOS allows you to connect all of your important apps into your Sn[App] bar
Click the + icon in the upper left
Search for apps that you use the most
Click the + icon next to your favorite apps
Click the app from your Sn[App] bar and get to work
Step 3: Connect your email/calendar/storage
Add your communication apps to the top bar for quick access
Click the email icon at the top and sign in
Click the other icons to automatically be signed in
If you don't see the icons as shown in the image, click your silhouette, go to "Profile," and select which email service provider you use and save
Step 4: Check out our markeplace of top-tier tools
Click the storefront icon from the left-hand menu
Discover tools and technologies you can activate directly through your WebOS
Tools activated through the marketplace are highly discounted, fully integrated, single sign-on, and easier to use with single support and single monthly billing.
All tools are month-to-month as well!
Step 5: Add team members to your WebOS business profile
WebOS allows you to add team-members to your business(es) so you can work collaboratively and securely.
Click the Silhouette in the upper right-hand corner.
Click "User Management" and "Add User"
Fill out the information to add your team member
Once you invite a user, they will get an email to download WebOS and log in.
And that's it!
You are now ready to start driving productivity and security for you and your business with WebOS!
If you'd like to get a more in-depth view of using WebOS professional profiles, check out the short video below. And welcome to WebOS!