It is great that Blackberrys can read attachments in emails. But as we encourage users to send "links" to Quickr folders instead of sending the actual documents, Blackberry users no longer have access to the documents. (At least we haven't figured it out...)
Some Quickr installs have a lot of places. Just being able to sort them as-is is not really working. I'd like to see the option to flag certain places as "My favs" and have them at the top or on a special page.
It would be great if there will be native Android/iPhone applications/widgets for QuickR (not only browser based), so some data can be accesed offline.
Quickr 8.5.1 Domino does not support IE9 native. This is leading to a multitude of confusion for clients and support calls and the temporary solution is not easy:
- Implement a hack in haikucommonforms.ntf to simulate IE7 (which will be overwritten when installating a fix pack in the future)