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1 Luis Benitez commented Permalink

Oh yeah!!

2 John Pierre Campitelli commented Permalink

The URL link to the IC 5.0 announcement appears to be broken...

3 Jim Claussen commented Permalink

Can't wait to get it! Great news. Lots of outstanding new capabilities.

4 Suzanne Livingston commented Permalink

http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/ShowDoc.wss?docURL=/common/ssi/rep_ca/4/872/ENUSAP14-0184/index.html&lang=en&request_locale=en is the link to the announcement

5 ERIC SILVA commented Permalink

so many great developments to make work easier, more engaging and more fun....amazing changes going on for IBM Connections this year.

6 Anne Wagner commented Permalink

Hey, we just tried out pasting images directly. It did work well in the Wiki, great stuff. Where we could not get it work is in the community description. Is there a reason for this and will it be supported later-on? thx

7 Anne Wagner commented Permalink

Another short question: What is meant by: "Consistent access to search feeds and improved ability to subscribe." ? Thx again

8 Youssef EL HADJ commented Permalink

Any changes/ improvements to the setup process ?

9 Luis Benitez commented Permalink

@Anne, pasting in community description is something in our list to-do. re: search, that means that you can now subscribe to search results via a feed reader. For example, if you want to be alerted when new content is available about a topic, you can now get that. There willl be a link to subscribe to search results in the bottom of the search results page.

10 Bernd Gewehr commented Permalink

Suzanne, is there any public showcase and technical description for customizing the community landing page in IC5? I can't find some... Thank you very much!

11 Michael Falstrup commented Permalink

OK, running 5.0 with external users, but i'm puzzled why you release a version with this kind of functionallity and doesn't have the basics ready, like Mobile Web or the App. for mobile devices.

 
It looses it purpose when you cut off the most used devices and doesn't correspond to your mantra of mobile first.

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