Which browsers and devices does MetaShare support?

MetaShare works on PC (both Windows and Apple) as well as mobile devices (both iOS- and Android-devices).

MetaShare has cross-browser support, without requiring any extra browser-plugin, and it is continuously being tested on the latest versions of these browsers:

  1. Microsoft Edge
  2. Internet Explorer
  3. Google Chrome
  4. Safari
  5. Mozilla Firefox

MetaShare is also fully responsive and optimized for working on both large and small screens. Below you see screenshots of how MetaShare is managed on a desktop computer, an iPad and an iPhone.

MetaShare on a desktop computer

On a regular PC, MetaShare will show all elements on the screen (the left navigational filter zone, the document list with all of the document columns being displayed, the top-bar with all icons and the toolbar with its functions and their help-texts):
MetaShare on a desktop computer

MetaShare on an iPad

On an iPad or similar device, in portrait mode, the left navigational filter zone is not shown by default, the document list does not show all of the document columns but these will be shown when scrolling horizontally, the top-bar shows only 3 icons (the rest will be available if you click on the ellipsis icon image) and the toolbar will now only show its functions’ icons, not their help-texts:
MetaShare on an iPad, portrait mode

By clicking on the hamburger menu image on the top left corner, the left navigational filter zone will be shown:
MetaShare on an iPad, portrait mode, with left navigation are shown

If you tilt the iPad to portrait mode, the left navigational filter zone is shown by default and now also all the top frame’s icons are shown:
MetaShare on an iPad, landscape mode

MetaShare on an iPhone

On an iPhone or similar device, in portrait mode, the left navigational filter zone is not shown by default, the document list only show the document name-column, the top-bar shows only 2 icons (the rest will be available if you click on the ellipsis icon image) and the toolbar will now only show its functions’ icons, not their help-texts:
MetaShare on an iPhone, portrait mode

If you tilt the iPhone to portrait mode, you will be able to scroll horizontally to see all the document columns:
MetaShare on an iPhone, landscape mode