Redesigned device list
The device list has been made bigger and better, in every sense of the word. The list now occupies the entire width of your browser window, giving you the freedom to show as many or as few columns of information as you would like.
And now with more columns of information available to be displayed upfront, it's a better time than ever to take advantage of your full screen real estate. Tailor the information you see that matters most to your specific daily workflow.
Redesigned device overview
We felt it time the device overview itself received a new look. We went ahead and improved device navigation, making it easy to access the most important pages and tools. See priority updates and active alerts at a glance, and quickly view up-to-the-minute device health information.
We've also added the ability to quickly access remote access tools directly from the page header, giving you quick access to endpoints that need a more hands-on approach.
Detailed device information
Along with the device view overhaul, Level now gathers more detailed information about all your endpoints via the new System tab.
A wealth of operating system and hardware information has been collected, allowing a much deeper look into each of your endpoints. We've also broke down disk information more granularly, allowing you to see individual partitions and their occupied and remaining space.
We remain committed to delivering the most important information about your endpoints without the need to remotely access them directly.
Session selection for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
We’ve added session selection to remote control on Windows. Previously, you were only able to join the Console session. You can now freely switch between Console and active RDP sessions as needed. This is especially handy for organizations that have their end-users connect to virtual machines through RDP. Now they can hop into these sessions to provide better support.