It is a team portal starter package and builds a community that makes great team communications tools. It is an intranet in a box that has group spaces to allow different teams to have their own conversations. It comes with six features – a blog, a wiki, a calendar, to do list, a shoutbox, and a dashboard to manage it all.
They are completely customizable. If you want a feature that’s not on that list, you can add it yourself. They have classic blog for each group that has commenting, file attachments on both the post and comments, and granular notifications.
You have a calendar that lets you quickly add events, select in iCal and other calendar feeds, and support single or multi-day events. They have group Dashboard-Mini widgets give you a snapshot of all the activity happening across your groups. You can think iGoogle, in that you can turn on what you want, turn off what you don’t, and arrange it all however you’d like.
There is simple online handbook that lets you collaborate on documents, store and compare revisions, attach files, and once you’re done print out the final copy.
Like a private twitter, the shoutbox lets you share short messages, links, and information with just the people in your group. A full ticketing system that lets you assign to do’s and create unlimited projects within each of your groups. The case tracker also lets you classify them to do, give it a priority, and manage its status.
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- It is a team portal starter package and builds a community that makes great team communications tools.
- It is an intranet in a box that has group spaces to allow different teams to have their own conversations.
- Is it a new concept?
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