A Quickie with the MyQ Expert | Episode 8: Mobile Print

The MyQ Quickie series will help you get up close and personal with the functions of our user-friendly print solution. No heavy IT slang, no hi-tech showing off. Only Rami, our laid-back MyQ Expert, and practical examples of how to process your documents daily with MyQ. For many of us, our phone is an extension of our arm, so why not expand its skill set with another function? Rami is here as your sensei to teach you the sacred art of mobile printing. The lesson begins now! As a warm-up, you’ll do finger tapping or face adjusting for biometric login to the MyQ X mobile app. The next move is to safely log in to the MFP via a QR code. Now you have everything you need to focus on your queue technique. Select the print queue you have on your home screen or create one from scratch with all the parameters you need. All directly from your phone. Yosh! However, MyQ X mobile is not the only mobile print teaching MyQ offers. In just a few episodes, Rami-sama will show you how far you can advance with the MyQ Roger app, so follow our Youtube channel!

Hi all, I’m Rami, your MyQ expert.

I guess like many of you out there, my phone is basically an extension of my arm. And when it comes to MyQ, that’s a good thing because this is all you need to do the stuff you normally do at the printer. MyQ offers two different apps that you can use, depending on the type product that you have.

Today we will have a quick look at the MyQ X app. So as you see when you first open it, it asks you to login. Once you do that once, from now on you can login using your face or fingerprint. The app also asks you to connect to a server and scan a QR code of the printer you want to use. And voila, we are in!

It starts of showing you what you have on queue and also give you the option to start a new one from scratch. In which case, you can select a job that you want to do and then have a set of options you can choose from, such as, making it monochrome selecting the number of copies and all that wonderful stuff!

Thanks for watching and I will see you in another video!

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