I love it that Lotus goes to the cloud, but I feel bad that developers are left behind. I think we need an option to deploy our Notes applications in the LotusLive cloud.
The ToDo list in Activities currently does not show the comments and entries that are responses to the todo.
With wide-screen monitors becoming more the norm than the exception, being able to click on a ToDo title and have the description and comment hierarchy load asynchronously via Ajax in ...
The Connections Files widget (Notes sideshelf) is now very functional and cross platform. We need the same for LLFiles. Optimally, it would be the same widget...just supporting multiple backends.
Really optimal - would be a single widget/connector (Win/Mac/Linux) supporting LL Files, Connections Files, QuickrJ, QuickrD, FileNet, ContentManager, Sharepoint and ...
Although in Sametime Classic meeting room we have a whiteboard, it's missing in LotusLive meeting room and this is strange. Even Microsoft IM server has it.
The link which goes to the company name should be customizable so the admin can set either the internal or external webpage as that link. Yes, i understand this links back inside lotuslive and this would link it out, but it's a frame, why can't it be coded to stay ...
It would be very helpful as the administrator to be able to add a few customizable entries to the Dashboard list so one could link to web based apps or websites, so travel company or HR for example.
New subscribers to LotusLive Notes/Traveler often want access to the same mailfile from Outlook (transition period, Outlook features, etc...). LotusLive Notes does not support this.
Both on premises Domino and LotusLive iNotes supports this. I think LotusLive Notes should as well.
I'd love to save the LotusLive Form template before it's completely ready, also would be nice to copy and modify the existing templates, instead of creating a new one everytime.
Similar to the recent entitlement included in the Notes CAL, IBM should entitle Files/Profiles features in the cloud for LLNotes users. Customer could then upgrade to full LotusLive Connections/Engage.
Because of official name change