Tips for the desktop client - try making custom ribbon tabs, and custom ribbon "sets"
I'll put a plug in to the benefits of making your own custom ribbon tabs - with those commands that you use all put side by side.
I'll also put a plug into the benefits of making a custom ribbon "set" which will hide tabs you don't need - possibly hiding all tabs except for the custom tab you made. With this approach a user can simplify the interface so there are no distractions.
I had to do a repetitive series of actions - populating a db with a series of records. I decided to create a custom ribbon tab that had all the commands I needed, and then I even hid all the others using a custom ribbon set.
It was an amazingly efficient way to work.
To access the custom ribbon tab editor or the custom ribbon set editor - right click on the blank part of the ribbon at the top right, or pull down the short menu on that oval button at the top left.
As an admin, you can also create a custom ribbon tab and ribbon set - and "push" those out to your users - so their UI is simplified and contains only those commands they most frequently use.
Synergis Senior Software Developer - primary developer for the Adept Desktop Client