We’ve received many requests to make the web client more useful on mobile devices, so we’ve put some of our development focus on a responsive skin for the Kolab Now web client, and in turn Kolab. The result already got great feedback from the early adopters, now the skin has been updated with fixes and additional functionality.
To test the new skin and functionality, please go to: https://beta.kolabnow.com/apps/ and login with your Kolab Now user login.
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Kube is a client that allows you to work offline, so you can work no matter whether your train just entered a tunnel, you’re on board of a plane or you’re just too lazy to get up and ask for the free wifi password. One implication of this is that we have to deal with fair amounts of data.
Email tends to accumulate quickly, and it’s not uncommon to have mail folders that have somewhere between 40’000 and 200’000 emails in them, so we have to figure out a way to deal with that. At the core of Kube we therefore have Sink; the data-access and synchronization system.
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While many of our customers have used collaborative editing, there’s certainly one aspect that could be improved; we’re seeing a lot of pending invitations to editing sessions, that apparently do not reach the intended recipient.
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