View the latest articles and tutorials about how to perform common tasks in Vibe.
This guide will explain how to:
- Import forms and workflows into Vibe
- Deploy the newly downloaded form and workflow in a folder on any given workspace within Vibe by demonstrating how to create a global folder template.
Recently we released an article entitled,Creating a Brand for a Folder or Workspace, an article meant to be a simple introduction to branding. That article did not show all the possibilities of Vibe's branding area. Have you ever wanted to add links or any other custom attributes to your branding area? In this article we'll show users and admins how to introduce HTML and inline styles to really make the most of your branding areas.
If you have an external facing landing page or an intranet landing page on your Novell Vibe installation it may be prudent to direct your users to a certain landing page after they have logged in. This is beneficial because you can keep people updated on the most relevant information or help them navigate to their team workspace through the landing page that you set.
Filters are a quick way to organize and view entries in a folder. Filters can be personal or global meaning they can be used by anyone who has access to the folder.
The Vibe tutorial is designed for Network Administrators. The tutorial contains 12 case studies with associated demonstrations and links to help you get started. The Vibe tutorial will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.
Users of Novell Vibe often need to customize the branding area of their folders or workspaces. With Vibe it can be done easily and quickly. This article will explain step-by-step how to use basic branding features like background image and text entry to create quick and easy branding for your workspaces.
Adaris Technologies, a Novell Platinum Partner, has released two videos to introduce users to Novell Vibe.
The new Novell Vibe (formerly Novell Teaming) has a new user interface, site branding capabilities, enhanced search, entry level access controls, and much more.
Change in any organization is difficult and the change that comes with implementing Novell Teaming is no exception. However, in an article published in Open Horizons, Ermp de Korte Marcel Ramaker discusses how to get support from power users in an organization to ensure a successful implementation project.
You may find this article insightful and helpful if you are working with an older version of Novell Teaming.
Read this article to find some good suggestions about dealing with terminated employees.
This article teaches you how to change the settings in Novell Teaming so all users start on the same page.
Interested in extending Teaming? Have an itch to get more involved in customization but don't have any examples? This article provides quick explanations and downloads for some of those extensions.
Follow these simple steps and learn how to design and create a Teaming landing page that will help your information really stand out. Give your team an organized workspace that helps them perform effectively and efficiently.
As part of the upgrade to Teaming 2.1, we have updated the look and feel of our forms in the Teaming Library. The changes include background color, dividers, and borders. In this article we give you some quick, easy pointers on how to make these changes for your own site.
This new feature allows the option to give a user restricted access to predetermined sections of a form instead of granting full modify access to the whole form.
SEP is pleased to announce back up support for Novell Teaming. SEP sesam is a complete backup solution for any computing environment. The new product can be installed as a stand-alone solution for Teaming users or it can be integrated into a complete backup, recovery and disaster recovery solution using any of SEP's Novell certified backup products.
Exporting and importing in Teaming is a feature that we hope partners use and appreciate because it's so helpful in creating a Teaming solution customized for a specific vertical market, such as health care, manufacturing, education, or government. To learn more, check out this article.
Teaming provides users with a variety of tools to manage their information assets. Besides the out-of-the-box features that are already included, Teaming also gives administrators extension points, which allow users to extend the core functionality of Teaming even farther than before. Read more about what extensions can do for you in this article.
The Data Quota feature allows administrators to control how much file storage users can utilize. The quota counts towards files, not entries themselves. All non-file data is stored in the database and does not have a quota. Read this article to find out more about how to utilize data quotas in Teaming.
Learn more about undeleting and purging items with the new trash bin feature in Teaming 2.1.
Find out about how calendars and tasks are changing with the release of Teaming 2.1.
Teaming Feeds is a quick way for you to constantly be aware of the activity on the Teaming Website within your company. Find out more in this article!
The ability to customize landing pages is one of Teaming's most creative and dynamic features. You use this ability to make your company's, teams, and personal landing pages stand out, and to give them a more aesthetically pleasing appeal and a greater level of functionality. Check out this article to find out how Teaming 2.1 is making customizing landing pages that much easier.
The Teaming mobile user interface (UI) provides a specialized view of Teaming that allows users to efficiently utilize Teaming's most powerful features when on the go. Read this article to find out about the new features included in the new Teaming mobile UI.
The Teaming Library is proud of the success Teaming 2.0 is experiencing, and we are even more excited for the upcoming release of Novell Teaming 2.1. Read this article to get an idea of what's new in Teaming 2.1.
Novell Teaming 2: Document Management for the Masses
Join the Library staff on a journey that you'll never forget. This marks the first installment in a series of written episodes created to guide any user through the process of form and workflow creation. Here is where it all begins.
This week we take a look at what it takes to start building your own Teaming workflow. We'll talk about creating states and simple transitions. We also mention how to distinguish the start state from the end state.
The third article episode in our form and workflow construction series. Come take a look! This week we discuss workflow questions and access controls in the workflow. Brilliant!
You'll get some helpful hints as we continue our series with detailed information concerning Parallel Workflow Threads. You will also learn to use Workflow Variables.
This week we begin looking at the form. We will be talking about the form designer, what it is and how to get there. We will also get you started thinking of your own forms and how to create them.
This week we tackle the beginnings of Teaming form creation. We'll add, modify, and move. Learn to use Text, Date, Selectbox, Checkbox, Radio Buttons, and many other elements.
This week's article will cover the finishing touches of form creation. We will learn how to change the layout of the form and add some custom HTML items, and then we will briefly introduce you to JSPs.
Now that you've learned how to build and customize a form, you will need to dictate the view that is associated with the form you have built. Here we teach you how to tell Teaming to show you what you want to see.
This episode will teach you how to create a workspace, in which you will run your form through a workflow process.
This installment will wrap up our series of Teaming training articles. You'll learn how to create, configure, and use a Teaming Template.