Posts tagged with ‘Notes’
Moving from IBM Lotus to Microsoft last year, one of things I thought I might find troublesome after 19½ years was leaving dear old Lotus Notes behind and adopting Outlook. I needn’t have worried, as I took to Outlook like … [more]
During the past week a colleague sent me a link to Campaign Monitor’s statistics on e-mail client popularity. A first glance shows Outlook to be the most popular, Lotus Notes to be absolutely nowhere, and iOS devices to be … [more]
The most common use of live text recognising a post code … [more]
Here’s something that’s been in the works for a while internally and has now seen the light of day. I’m a big advocate of IBM Lotus Connections Files for sharing content. I like to see the look on peoples’ faces … [more]
I doubt it. But an interesting article from the London Evening Standard kicks off this idea.
Before we know it, email will seem as quaint as the fax machine and dial-up accounts.
The article starts with the thoughts of Jack … [more]
Lotus Notes 8.5 introduced the ability to overlay other calendars onto your own. The ‘other calendars’ can come from a variety of sources:
- Other users’ Notes calendars
- Notes TeamRoom calendars
- Notes application calendars (e.g. an application for managing events or
I’m not deleting this and I’m keeping it for posterity, but notesiscool.com has now been decommissioned. However notesiscool.net rose from the ashes, and actually looks a bit like my original.
By now I’m one of the last people to blog … [more]
Previously, in an update on Notes 8.5.2, I mentioned that a Notes application can now boast a full colour icon (i.e. not restricted to sixteen colours). While this does nothing for your productivity, it is an important addition to … [more]