Yup, that means support for all the same connectors as on Windows - Notes client, Sametime, Office/Outlook and Desktop/Finder. If you had to drop one, then I could understand losing the Office connector, but I think the other three are essential.
Quickr does not support tagging. A lot of other products do and it an assumed feature of 'web 2.0' software. So let's have it to help with categorisation, searching etc.
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...)
Create a Single Sign On process for all of the IBM Lotus Product Clients. It could use the operating system credentials or other back end stores, to authenticate a user to the server.
You could even create a browser plug-in that could ...
There should be a gloabl search on the "My Places" page to allow searching for documents and contents of ALL of the places that a user has access to. As Quickr becomes a large repository of information whithin an organization, there needs to be a method of finding this information ...
It would be nice to have a way to migrate from Sharepoint to Quickr. Builtin would be wonderful, but even a separate software from IBM would be nice. I know there are 3rd party tools, but they are EXTREMELY expensive, when you only have a couple of sharepoint sites to ...
Lets face it, the Quickr Extranet pricing is insane for the SMB businesses out there. $30k per 100 PVUs!
We need a Quickr equivilent to Domino Utility Express. Somewhat cheaper and way more accessible for the smaller shops.
Currently, Quickr hotfixes consist of a zip file that contains several files that have to be manually extracted to various locations. I would like to see IBM create an installer to do this automatically.
Every version of Quickr should be able to run templates written in previous versions the way nsf and ntf files are "backward compatible." So far, each incremental version has caused problems with templates, preventing upgrades.
As an example, the current SNAPPS templates are not able to be run on ...
The design work took on Lotus Quickr was really great. It's well designed, so you can rapidly fill in content into places and work with it.
But the reality shows another issue:
I oftenly was asked for deeper integrating the CI from a comany's web site on Quickr. ...
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.
When using the Notes connector to upload attachments to a Quickr site when sending an email, use the Sign/Encrypt properties on that email to automatically set "Restrict Readers" on the Quickr document. That is, restrict readers to the sender and recipients of the email - if the email is encrypted ...
ActiveX controls are used by default in Quickplace to upload and download attchments amongst other things.
In my experience the number 1 user support issue In Quickplace and Quickr are users who are not allowed to use ActiveX or with broken installations of the ActiveX controls. These problems can often not ...
For smaller sites (50-200 users), it would be extremely useful to be able to install Domino (mail), sametime (chat), and Quickr on one server.
Even if the long term target use is going to require multiple servers, it lets them try it all out before committing to (for them) a ...
My company has had a lot of speed issues with users accessing Quickr from outside of our company network, especially overseas users who may only have access to dial-up connections. A lot of these users don' t need the full functionality of Quickr, just the ability to put documents in ...
Lotus Doc Manager is a lot better at version and draft document control. In fact, there really is no such thing in Quickr (unless 8.1 has it, which I can't install untill Novak gets his templates to work with it). Version control is a necessity for ISO compliance and good ...
Create a plugin for FUSE to access Quickr repositories as parts of Linux and Mac Os X filesystems.
Is it feasible/any plans to implement a Feed Reader similar we have for Quickr for Portal ? or similar MyYahoo and IGoogle.
Idea is allow us add couple of Feeds in one page and see several RSS contents. I've attached an example.
There is no way to restrict access on selected documents at once.
You have to go to Edit Properties and change "Who Can Access This" document per document.
This procedure is time consuming!
Why can't I selected multiple documents and change the access rights?
It works well, BUT WHERE THE HELL IS IT!
I just read the doc on Domino user because I felt too stupid not seeing the option to save files or attach links or anything in an easy and obvious fashion.
The Domino.Doc enabler at least came up in the save ...