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Vibe OnPrem: 8 more How To Videos



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June 10, 2011 10:18 am

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We’ve added ANOTHER 8 new videos to the How-to Vibe series on the Resource Library.


Find out how to:

Editing File Notes…

Use file notes on attachments to leave reminders and information about a document. Quickly inform collaborators of recent changes you’ve made.

Wiki Intro…

Novell Vibe OnPrem gives users a Wiki feature for knowledge retention and dynamic collaboration. Use wikis in Vibe to build networks of information gathered by team and project contributors in your organization.

Setting a Wiki Home Page…

Novell Vibe OnPrem wikis have the ability to set a homepage. Wiki homepages become the default pages for your wiki. Set a wiki homepage to provide users a one-stop center to your team and project wikis.

Create a New Wiki…

This video will show users how to create and begin using a wiki folder in in their Vibe teams, projects, and workspaces.

Assigning Sections and Subsections…

Learn to use wiki sections and subsections to make editing simple. This video covers how to divide your wiki by section and subsection headings for increased collaboration.

Wiki Table of Contents…

Add a table of contents to your wiki in Novell Vibe OnPrem to make referencing content even more simple. We’ll show you how to make a functional table of contents by using just a little bit of HTML.

Calendar Events…

Use the Novell Vibe OnPrem Calendar to announce events, schedule meetings, and specify special occasions. Learn how you can add events to your calendars.

Reoccurring Events…

Create reoccurring events on your calendars in Novell Vibe OnPrem. Learn how you can schedule events that will repeat when you need them to.

To see all the Videos we have to offer visit the Resource Library.

Also if you have an idea for an other video let us know at TeamingLibrary@novell.com

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