Projects/KDE PIM/Development/Mobile/KAddressbook FunctionalScope

Functional Scope of Kontact Mobile - KAddressbook

Following you will find a set contaxtual actions available in the different views Kontact Mobile - KAddressbook offers. This way the functional scope is defined.


Always available

Elements of this section are always visible. This section is always the last section displayed in the contextual menu.

Category Action Status Comment
Kontact Mobile - KAddressbook Quit OK
Switch Windows TO DO "Minimize Window"
New Contact OK
Search To Do Search For Contacts
Work offline TO DO "Work Offline"
Configure ToDo Configure Addressbook
Manual OK A manual "first steps" will be available on the client - with a link to the "Kontact Mobile Userbase Wiki"
Report bug or request feature TO DO "Report Bug Or Request Feature"

realised as link to bugs.kde.org - if possible have application pre-selected

About OK
New Group TO DO "New Group Of Contacts"

Home

Elements of this section are visible when the 'Home' item in the navigation bar is selected.

Category Action Status Comment
Home Synchronize all contacts TO DO "Synchronize All Accounts"
Select multiple folders TO DO "Select Multiple Addressbooks"
Import Contacts OK
Favorites (OrderFlap) Reorder OK
Delete OK
Accounts (OrderFlap) Edit OK
Delete OK
Add OK

Account

Elements of this section are visible when a resource collection has been selected in the navigation bar.

Category Action Status Comment
Account Synchronize Resource TO DO "Synchronize This Account"
Properties TO DO "Account Properties"

Edit dialogue for account configuration, should contain possibility for Renaming

New To Do New Sub-Addressbook
Export Contacts To Do Export Contacts From This Account

Single folder view

Elements of this section are visible when a non-resource collection has been selected in the navigation bar.

Category Action Status Comment
Folder Synchronize Folder TO DO "Synchronize This Addressbook"
Export Contacts To Do Export Displayed Contacts
Edit Properties TO DO "Addressbook Properties"
New To Do New Sub-Addressbook
Move To To Do Move Addressbook To
Copy To To Do Copy Addressbook To
Delete Folder To Do Delete Addressbook
View Add as favorite TO DO "Add View As Favorite"
Start Maintenance TO DO Switch To Editing Mode

Multiple folder view

Elements of this section are visible when multiple collections (from the favorites) have been selected in the navigation bar.

Category Action Status Comment
Folders Synchronize Folder TO DO "Synchronize These Folders"
Export Contacts To Do Export Displayed Contacts
View Add as Favorite TO DO "Add View As Favorite"
Select Folders OK
Start Maintenance TO DO Switch To Editing Mode

Contact viewer

If this is a group of contacts, please adjust wording and actions accordingly

Category Action Status Comment
Contact Call Contact under discussion are we able to do something like that?
Write SMS To Contact under discussion are we able to do something like that?
Write Email To Contact under discussion are we able to do something like that?
Invite Contact To An Event under discussion are we able to do something like that?
Create Task For Contact under discussion are we able to do something like that?
Edit Edit contact TO DO "Edit Contact"
Copy To ToDo Copy Contact To
Move To To Do Move Contact To
Delete Item TO DO "Delete Contact" - Is this real deletion or rather "Move Contact To Trash"? Should be moving to Trash if there is something like that in Addressbook - Please adjust accordingly.

Configuration

Category Action Status Comment
Contact Actions Show Address OK Offer web map service presets, no detailed configuration necessary

Open

Here you can find functionallity that still needs to be discussed, wether it makes sense to add it to the mobile version of KDE PIM.

We do not need this

  • Print
  • Select all (we some intelligent way of copying text or parts pof text)

We need to discuss this

We need to integrate this


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