Provide a standard Widget for 'Note taking' in Lotus Notes 8 sidebar. Rather then launching a separate application like Journal to create new 'notes' items, if the application is in the sidebar with functionality to copy/past/capture quick notes then it is invaluable to Administrators like myself and Lotus Users in ...
In 8.5.1 we finally have Synchronize Contacts on the replicator page, therefore it would be logical that Synchronize Notebook / Journal be place there also thus avoiding the need for user to manually click menu Action - Lotus iNotes - Synchronize Notebook every time they wanted to synchronize.
As with Microsoft OneNote, you can print from any application in Windows to have your content automatically inserted into a new document there. Why not have that capability for the Notes Journal/Notebook? The OneNote product concept is quite similar to what Notes has had for decades. Expand the capability of ...
As of Notes 9.0.1 the Notebook (journal) still doesn't synchronize automatically into the mail file the way contacts do. The way to synchronize the Notebook is to open the mail file, then pull down Actions - IBM iNotes - Synchronize Notebook. EVERY TIME YOU WANT THEM SYNCHRONIZED. This should be just another setting in preferences ...
Combine Notebook, Contacts and Mail/Calendar/To-Dos into one app to avoid needing to sync them when switching between iNotes & Client
I often need to access my mail / notebook / contacts from a web browser on a machine that is not my own, but often find that something I know is in my Notebook on my PC has not synchronised into the Mail file for it to be shown in ...
The Notebook template works nice as a scrapbook to copy and paste collected information in.
at this moment you can only index documents by category. Indexing docs also via tags feels a bit more modern to me.
Add a setting to the setup policy settings to allow for the journal.nsf/notebook.nsf to be created automatically on first Notes client launch.
Add a setting to the desktop policy settings to be able to create the jouranl.nsf/notebook.nsf if it doesn't already exist.
We enable roaming before activating BlackBerries. ...
Today Traveler store journal entries directly in the phone's My Documents directory. I would love to see the idea of specifying at least a sub folder for my Journal entries. This would greatly reduce the clutter of documents from all places in My Documents.
Perhaps this can supercede the ...
The idea is trying to improve notebook ( new feature in 8.5 release , formerly known as Journal ) utility. The notebook is used mainly to document and store general ideas, attachments, documents, etc.
When you are working outside Lotus Notes, maybe using the browser, or MS Office or ...
Today Traveler can only store Journal (or Notebook) documents in the main memory of the phone. I had over 900 journal entries in my Personal Journal nsf, and Traveler had huge problems storing those on the phone. Now, if only we could set up Traveler on the client to store ...
From a message or from the Inbox, these actions are already available :
"Copy into new Calendar entry"
"Copy into new mail"
"Copy into new To Do"
How about a new "Copy into new Notebook entry" action (if one exists; if it doesnt, automatically create it first) ?