This documentation space will be inaccessible starting January 9th, 2023.
All the pages will continue to be available in Mend's Knowledge Hub at https://docs.mend.io, which we encourage you to visit today.
To make the transition as easy as possible, until January 9th, 2023, deprecated pages will contain a direct link to the new Knowledge Hub.
Mend is committed to providing on-demand enterprise applications accessibility to all individuals, including users working with assistive devices, such as speech recognition software and screen readers.
Mend supports standard browsers and operating system level. Low-vision users who require magnification can adjust the zoom setting based on their needs.
The NVDA/ VoiceOver screen reader provides audible output of the visual information displayed on your screen and access core applications without relying on visual cues.
Hearing is not required to utilize the Mend web-based interface.
Mend’s web-based interface does not require speech input.
Navigate through the Mend web-based interface with the touch screen keyboard. Note that certain menu functions and buttons require the use of a mouse or touchscreen to activate them.
Mend’s web-based interface functions in a way that is 100% open and accessible to all users, even those with cognitive or learning impairments. End-users with disabilities can open support a request directly at email@example.com.