Show the product. Here: Notes 9

by Volker Weber

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FYI that ibm.co domain at the end is case sensitive.

Carl Tyler, 2013-03-13 21:48

Und wieder lässt IBM eine Chance verstreichen mit einigen grundlegenden Dingen in Notes aufzuräumen, zum Beispiel diese nervigen Email-Köpfe.

Christian Gut, 2013-03-13 22:58

I actually quite like this. I am not sure if the way we use social networking to express ourselves outside of work is applicable to the way we might work in the future, but the jury is out and my crystal ball foggy. From a UI perspective, I think a nice step into the future.

Sascha Siekmann, 2013-03-14 04:37

Nice Demo, but basically it was a Demo about Notes as Frontend for IBM Connections.
But was is left when there is no IBM Connections backend Infrastructure?
So one must be aware that an appropriate backend Infrastructure Must be available to use Most these nice feature shown in these demos.

Christian Henseler, 2013-03-14 06:50

@Christian, exactly!

Notes 9 is a nice cake ... but one without whipcream if you don't connect it with Connections.

But hey, that's exactly IBM's roadmap. So from IBM's perspective it works as designed ;-)

Harald Gaerttner, 2013-03-14 10:39

I went to the IBM booth during CeBIT fair. It is nice to see that Notes still has the same "Open File" dialog for decades... ;)

Ingo Seifert, 2013-03-14 10:50

I think the explanation of Embedded Experiences (starting at 3:53 of the video) did not showcase the business value of this new feature. Why show a (really cheesy) JPG, when they could have shown a spreadsheet, document, presentation, PDF, or even better... a partner application with real workflow? Yes, they showed inline commenting, liking, following... which was good, but they missed the opportunity to really highlight how impactful this feature can be.

Alan Lepofsky, 2013-03-14 16:47

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