Being Social with IBM Knowledge Center
It's been an exciting week working on the IBM Knowledge Center beta, and we've been getting lots of great feedback as we get closer to the GA of IBM Knowledge Center. Please keep that feedback coming to us, by email, through social media, as comments to this blog, or more officially at our Beta feedback survey site.
There are also an increasing number of blog posts about IBM Knowledge Center and what we're trying to accomplish. For example, Steve Will, the Chief Architect for IBM i, has a great "You and i" post on IBM Knowledge Center out on the IBM Systems Magazine blog, Dorian Birsan--the Senior Development Manager responsible for the IBM Knowledge Center platform--likes the user comment there calling IBM Knowledge Center the "One Link to Rule Them All" the best, and that's in reference to IBM KC bringing together over 900 individual URLs into a single place. I'm not sure where that leaves us in terms of Tolkien's imagery, but I liked the comment as well :)
In any case, in addition to blogs and Twitter feeds (and let's not forget the recent Notes Tips Podcast episode about IBM KC), soon you'll see videos with hints and tips about IBM Knowledge Center as well.
Being Social in IBM Knowledge Center
Social media topic sharing is built in to IBM Knowledge Center, too. In addition to simply sharing URLs, you can also share directly to your email, LinkedIn and Twitter accounts from inside IBM KC:
Sharing by email works with your installed email client (through a MAPI link). When you click LinkedIn or Twitter you'll be asked for your account details as you log in, and then we'll post the URL. It's never been easier to share IBM publication content by social media!