2. Abbreviations and terms
What actually means
The simplest type of encryption is the rearrangement of letters within a text or a word.
ginlo it is an anagram of the term “login”. That is why we always write
ginlo in lowercase and leave the pronunciation to the user.
ginlo is a registered trademark of ginlo.net GmbH.
The following abbreviations are used mainly in headings or when a specific description is given that is not globally applicable:
A - Android
AVC - AudioVideoCall
B - ginlo Business
D - ginlo Desktop
I - iOS
M - Moderator (AVC)
P - ginlo Private
Business licenses administrator in the Management Cockpit
Messenger based on mobile apps for using ginlo on smartphones
Audio and video telefony or Audio Video Call (AVC)
Conduct audio or video conferences with multiple participants at different locations
Transmission of messages with ginlo to one recipient
User to whom messages are transmitted with ginlo
ginlo Business user account (B)
Account in ginlo Business for using the messenger on multiple devices
ginlo Desktop (B)
Messenger as a desktop application on Windows, iOS or Linux to use ginlo Business
ginlo Management Cockpit (B)
Software for central user management in ginlo Business
ginlo Web Messenger (B)
Messenger based on web browsers for using ginlo Business on desktop and tablet
Transmission of messages with ginlo to multiple recipients
Application for communication via ginlo as app messenger or web messenger (B)
Smartphones that are operated with an approved system for ginlo
Texts, files, calls, locations or contacts that can be exchanged between users with ginlo
A ginlo server operated by ginlo.net GmbH
2.3. Italic notation
Cursive is used to write all terms that require or describe an input on your smartphone as type - or your desktop (P) as click.
The entire manual can be searched for terms using the search function. This makes it possible to quickly find the desired text passages.