To facilitate users supporting each other when it comes to, e.g. specific applications, we created a simple paint application where you can draw, write text and take screenshots.
The entire way of collaborating in Smart Office has been rebuilt for this new version. This means that the support for jabber has been removed and the built in collaboration is completely reimplemented based on web sockets. This enables instant messaging and a lot of new functionality.
You can collaborate in Smart Office using different tools such as chat, message boards (we call them channels) and annotations on business data. Today I’ll show you a hidden gem that involves showing your own contacts accessible right from the M3 panel.
Any panel with a RESP or USID field will get a green small person icon if that person is on you contact list. (We plan to add more fields).
It looks like this:
If I hoover over the icon I can see a tooltip with more information about the contact. Depending on how many external collaboration providers you have there can be: Smart Office contacts, Jabber and Microsoft Messenger. Continue reading