You can use the mobile version of IBM® Lotus® Connections to perform common tasks from a mobile device.
The following applications are available in the mobile version of Lotus Connections. The mobile version optimizes the applications for use from a mobile device. It makes it easier for you to perform the tasks that you want to complete with a minimal number of clicks:
Add, edit, and delete activities. View activities and to-do items.Blogs
Start a blog, and add entries and comments. Search for and view blogs. Bookmarks
Save, organize, and share website addresses as bookmarks. Discover bookmarks that others in your organization, including subject matter experts, have saved.Communities
View communities, manage the membership of your communities, work with community activities, post entries and add comments to the community blog, add and use community bookmarks, download and recommend community files, read and post entries to the community forum, access community feeds.Files
Access files and share them with others. View who has downloaded a file or commented on it, see file ratings, and see highly recommended files.Forums
Access the My Forums and Public Forms views. Edit, delete, or post forum topics and replies.Home page
Find out what's new quickly by checking the Updates feed. Change your current status message from here instead of opening the Profiles application to do so.Profiles
Update your profile status. Search for, and then view a person's profile information, report-to chain, and recent Lotus Connections entries. Perform actions on a person's profile using the native dialer and email application of the mobile device.Wikis
Consult your wikis while on-the-go and add comments to them.
You can access the mobile version of Lotus Connections from the following devices:
- Phone devices running the Android operating system
- Apple iPad
- Apple iPhone
- Apple iPod Touch
- Nokia S60 devices
See the detailed system requirements for Lotus Connections
for details about supported device versions and for the latest list of supported devices.
Research In Motion Limited has developed the BlackBerry Client for IBM Lotus Connections. Go to their website for more details: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/server/domino/connections.jsp
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