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What’s new in Vibe 3.2!



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December 19, 2011 12:04 pm

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Video: File Management Enhancements


Now Vibe folders have added Multi-Delete support and file version size limits. Use these and other new Vibe 3.2 features to enhance your file and document management in Novell Vibe.


Video: Change to Folder Support


This video showcases Vibe’s new feature of being able to change an entry type. For instance, change a file entry to a wiki page or vice versa.


Video: Landing Page Improvements


This video demonstrates some improvements made to Landing Pages. Column properties now include percentages and pixels, when before, you could only specify percentages. You can now quickly change the background color or image with just a couple clicks of a mouse. You can also hide the menu bar from users who don’t have access to manage the landing page.


Video: Mobile Improvements


This video shows the improvements made to the mobile interface with a more intuitive grid menu that has a cleaner look and feel. Then it takes you through the various options within the app and discusses their individual functions.


Video: Survey Improvements


This video talks about the enhancements made to the Survey Folders in Vibe 3.2, specifically adding survey questions easily and then rearranging the order of the questions with ease.


Video: Version Management


This video demonstrates some of the improvements made to Versions and Folder Settings in Vibe 3.2 like setting quotas on maximum versions and when to delete a version once it has reached a certain age.


Video: Configuring Forms and Workflows to View Them In a Vibe Folder


This video shows how to configure a form or workflow to be associated with a specific folder inside Vibe.


Video: Editing Form Names


This video shows you how to change the name of a form in Vibe.

Visit the Vibe Resource Library to find more useful tips.

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