Use the Micro-Blog feature to capture quick personal notes, or to inform others of what you are currently working on. This provides a greater transparency, so those you work with know what you are doing, and how they might offer assistance to help you accomplish your tasks.
Micro-blogs differ from regular blogs because their purpose is not to present an entire topic or argument, but rather to give a quick snippet of information from the author of the micro-blog. Micro-blogs should be only one or two short sentences.
For more information on traditional blogs within Kablink Vibe, see Section 7.2, Working with Blog Folders.
Navigate to the home page of your personal workspace.
In thefield, specify your micro-blog entry, then click .
You can view the micro-blog entries of people you are following in three convenient ways:
For information on how to follow people in Vibe, see Section 2.9.1, Following Workspaces and Folders.
Like Twitter, Vibe enables you to see live feeds for the micro-blog entries of the people you are following.
For information on how to set up a live micro-blog feed, see Section 2.17.1, Setting Up a Live Feed.
Navigate to your personal workspace.
Thecolumn lists the micro-blog entries of the people you are currently following.
Vibe enables you to use your mobile device to view the micro-blog entries of the people you are following, as described in Novell Vibe Mobile Quick Start.
Vibe enables you to view a user’s micro-blog entries by clicking the user’sicon , located next to his or her name in an entry.
Click theicon of the user whose micro-blog entries you want to view.
The Profile Quick View is displayed.
You can navigate to a user’s personal workspace to view the micro-blog entries.
Navigate to the personal workspace of the user whose micro-blog entries you want to view.
In the Navigation panel, click the Micro-Blog folder.
The user’s micro-blog entries are listed in the folder.