How many users in your organisation have got bookmarks or database icons that point to geographically "distant" servers, instead of a local office server? If your organisation has a WAN, then the answer is likely to be plenty, I reckon.
I would like to see the Notes client be ...
In earlier versions of Notes you could use ctrl+tab to switch between the tabs you have open in the client (i.e. the databases and documents currently open in the ui). This functionality is missing from the Eclipse based Notes 8 client.
As far as I understand ctrl+tab is a ...
Make any Notes NSF and make it your "Notes Portal" via policies. Then you can use "hide-whens" and ACL roles to serve up the content that applies to each person's job. This will align Notes with the web-side of Domino where you just enter a URL into a server document ...
If you select a document in a view, the hold down the Ctrl key and click on a different view, it will automatically navigate to the same document in that view (if it exists in the view) -- NOT. But it used to. I know this isn't a forum for ...
To go to the beginning/end of a Notes View you used Ctrl+Home/End. For Java Views its just Home/End. Its a little frustrating to switch between two methods, especially for end-users who have no clue that Notes Views and Java Views are different.
Since R5 the Home page was added to Notes (replacing the workspace) and many orgs deployed a corporate home page with news feeds and links to commonly used applications (often roles-based). Users are in the habit of pressing escape to close windows to get back to Home, but with 8, ...
Severely lacking conventional UI-features in items tab:
1. Scroll in both (left and right) side this window.
2. The transition to the next items on the left side of the window by pressing keys Up/Down and PgUp/PgDown.
Alt-Left Arrow and Alt-Right Arrow currently navigate backward and forward through the history of items opened. sort of. A more logical response to these commands is to cycle left and right through the tabs currently opened.
The current response to Alt-Left Arrow doesn't always go back to the last ...