My Space

Your ‘Space’ is your centre for collaboration. This area allows you to share and receive submissions by interacting with other ReachLite users. Users will be able to review submissions of Apps and communicate between each other in streamlined email-like fashion.

Click on the ‘My Space’ tab image7 in the main toolbar to open your space.


Personal Folders

Your personal folders are the folders that you use to share submissions. Click on ‘Personal Folders’ on the ‘My Space’ toolbar to open your Personal Folders.


Folder Navigation

On the left-hand side of the module, you will see a tree navigation view, through which you can navigate through all of your personal folders:


The ways the folders are set up are similar to how you would use your email; you have an Inbox, Outbox, and a Drafts folder. Inside these folders will be submissions that you are either sending out or receiving to and from other ReachLite users.

Inbox: Click on the ‘Inbox’ label image11 to open your inbox. This folder will have submissions that have been received from other ReachLite users. You will be able to review those submissions and communicate with the senders.

Outbox: Click on the ‘Outbox’ label image12 to open your Outbox. This folder will have submissions that you are sending out to other ReachLite users. You can also access your drafts from here.

Drafts: Click on the ‘Drafts’ image13 to see drafts of your submissions that you may eventually send out. You can also access this folder in the Outbox.

Searching for Submissions in a Folder

To search in a particular folder, select it from the tree navigation view on the left of the screen. You can also select the top item in the tree to search in all Folders.

Select a Recipient and an App Name from the dropdown boxes:


Click on the ‘Search’ button image15 to find the submissions with the specified recipient or App Name. You can also leave the dropdown boxes blank to show the entire folders when you click on the ‘Search’ button.

Sending a Submission

Using Personal Folders, you can send submissions of your Apps to other users of ReachLite.

To send a submission, you must go through several steps. These are outlined in the subsections.

Select an App and Recipients

First, click on the ‘Add Submission’ button image16. This will open the ‘Select App’ window:


Choose an App to send in a Submission. You can refine the list of Apps to choose from by filtering using a Location and/or an App Category/Subcategory.

Then, choose the recipients from the list of available recipients by moving them from the ‘Available Recipients’ box to the ‘Current Recipients’ box. For each recipient you choose, you can choose whether or not they can review the submission (explained in the next section) or limit them to viewing only. Enable the ‘Review’ radio button to allow the recipient to review it, or CC to disallow reviewing.

Once you are done selecting the App and recipients, click the ‘Add’ button image18 to bring up the submission editor.

Editing a Submission

Once you finish selecting recipients, you can fill out a submission of the App in the submission editor. (Submissions are described in a different section, and are handled the same way here).


As you are filling out the submission, you can save a draft of it by clicking on image20. You can now exit the submission and return to it at a later time.

To save the final version of the submission and send it to the selected recipients, click image21. Once you save the final version, you will no longer be able to edit the submission.

To edit the recipients of the submission, click on image22.

To print the submissions, click on image23.

If the Page of an App allows it, you can click image24 or image25 to add or delete Pages.

Receiving and Reviewing a Submission

If you are receiving a submission by another ReachLite user, you will see it in your inbox.


Editing Submissions in a Folder

In the folder view, you can see a list of the submissions inside of it:


To open up the Submission Editor on a particular submission, click on the image28 button beside the submission.

To delete the submission from the folder, click on theimage29 button beside the submission.

To export the submission to a CSV file, click on the image30 button beside the submission.

To export the submission to an XML file, click on the image31 button beside the submission.

Folder View Tabs (Attachments, Communication Thread, Audit Trail)

There are some more ways that you can work with the submission that is to be sent. These are seen in the tabs in the folder view:


The Submission tab will show the submission as it looks like at the present moment. The other tabs will allow you to add attachments, communicate with users, and see the events that have occurred on this submission.


You may add files as attachments when you are sending them to a recipient. Click on the ‘Attachment’s tab’ to manage the attachments for this submission.

Note: You cannot upload attachments once the submission has been saved as Final and sent to recipients.


To add a new attachment to the selected submission, click image34. This will bring up the attachment browser:


Click ‘Select’ to browse for a desired file on your computer. The window will close automatically once the file has been successfully uploaded, otherwise an error message will appear.

To download an attachment from the list of attachments, click the image36 button.

To delete an attachment from the list, click the image37 button.

Communication Thread

The Communication Thread allows you to communicate with other users about the submission.


To send a message to a user, click on image39. This will open the Add Message window:


Choose the recipients of the message and type in a message. When you are done, click image41 to send the message.

To refresh the list of messages in the message list, click image42.

Audit Trail

The Audit Trail is a list of actions that have occurred on the submission. These actions include opening the submission, creating a submission, changing the status of a submission (accepted/rejected), and sending a submission.

To refresh the list of actions, click on image43.


Click on ‘Dashboard’ on the ‘My Space’ toolbar to open the Dashboard.


The Dashboard gives you an overall view of the state of your personal folders and consists of the following four sections:

  1. Activity
  2. Plan Usage (Graph)
  3. Plan Usage (Chart)
  4. Data Usage Dynamics


The “Activity” section of the dashboard shows the most recent activity of the user’s Inbox Submissions and Outbox Submissions in a graph format. These are graphical representations of the number of submissions sent and the number of submissions received, as shown:


Plan Usage (Graph)

The “Plan Usage” (graphical) section of the dashboard shows the user’s App usage in both numbers and data usage (MB). This allows the user to conveniently check their usages. These are graphically represented, as shown:


Plan Usage (Chart)

The “Plan Usage” (chart) section of the dashboard allows the user to view their usage in a more detailed format, subdivided into:


  • Term - displays the period of time
  • Plan - displays the active plan of the registered account
  • Users - displays the user count under the account
  • Apps - displays the number of total apps created throughout the term
  • Submissions - displays the number of submissions made/received during the term
  • Storage (MB) - displays the amount of storage used in the term

Example usage chart:


Data Usage Dynamics

The “Data Usage Dynamics” section of the dashboard shows the user their data usage (MB) over their last 12 terms. This is represented by a line graph, as shown: