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Posted by Jan Rifkinson
Nov 3, 2008 at 08:30 PM

 

Pierre, these addtions are very exciting to a pack rat like me. The inability to grab data from other sources to easily dump into SN was a turn off to me.

However, let me make 2 suggestions:

Allow user to sync w google calendar. Not all of us have/use Outlook but all of us have access to Google.
Create Thunderbird (TB) addon that dumps email w headers directly into SN (I found this option in UR to be extremely useful.)

An example use of this 2nd item is a reminder email arrives that your telephone bill is due on the 10 of the month. I move this into UR & add a pop up reminder, then delete it when I’ve done it. Very fast, efficient.

Thanks for your consideration.


Jan Rifkinson
Ridgefield CT USA

 


Posted by Pierre Paul Landry
Nov 3, 2008 at 09:22 PM

 

Hi Jan,

Thanks for the suggestions.

Google Cal sync will come after Outlook. Too many people use Outlook to avoid it, plus it is used as a bridge to sync with a multitude of other devices.

 


Posted by CRC
Nov 3, 2008 at 09:22 PM

 

Hmmm… Has anybody noticed that the link at the beginning of this thread now goes to the Kinook Roadmap page with a date of 10/30/08—- with no mention of suspending development.  In fact I didn’t seem to see anyplace on the forums that discusses that suspension. 

Just wondering.

      Charles

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Nov 3, 2008 at 11:49 PM

 

Charles, many thanks.

Either the goddess of programming heard my prayers or this is a case of ‘correcting’ historical documents, 1984-style.

I know what I read (as I am sure the rest of UR users here that visited the forum) but it is true that there is no mention of stopping development either in the roadmap or here http://www.kinook.com/Forum/showthread.php?threadid=3655 (where the original message had been copied). The metadata shows that both posts were edited.

This is weird to say the least. In any case, I won’t complain. Apart for the announcement, the users’ posts are intact. (I don’t want to sound pesimistic, but I fear that what happened is that Kinook decided to make the announce more formal, e.g. in their main page). Watch this space.

alx

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Nov 3, 2008 at 11:56 PM

 

P.S. I just wrote:
>(I don’t want to sound pesimistic, but I
>fear that what happened is that Kinook decided to make the announce more formal, e.g.
>in their main page). Watch this space.

On the other hand, the roadmap seems updated and ambitious. Not what one would publish if they are about to suspend development!

Maybe an individual Kinook programmer (made redundant?) just made it all up….

 


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