New Mindquarry 1.1 for File Sharing, Team Collaboration and Wiki Editing Meshes Simplicity and 'Time Machine' Functionality
-- The 'time machine' activity timeline allows teams to view older versions of files, Wiki pages and tasks as a first step toward an ultimate undo/redo for all team content. -- The Interlink conveniently links to all files, tasks or other Wiki pages from within the Wiki. The link window also contains a search option to find items to interlink. -- Team partners can insert tables and images into Wiki pages as easily as inserting these files in office documents, allowing better visualization and structuring of ideas and concepts. -- Easy Tasks and Files Manager allows users to work with Mindquarry online or offline on a Mac, Windows or Linux operating system. It synchronizes all files and tasks as soon as the user is back online. -- The intuitive graphical user interface clearly separates list views from item views, expediting work productivity."Mindquarry has reached a mature level of software quality, allowing us to continuously extend our tool set for information sharing within teams," adds CEO Stephan Voigt. "Our goal is to empower dynamic teams to collaborate anytime, anywhere with anyone." Price and availability: Mindquarry is available for free download as of today. For more information about the Mindquarry 1.1 release, such as new features, downloads, online demo, please go to www.mindquarry.com/1.1. About Mindquarry Mindquarry is an Open Source collaborative software platform for file sharing, task management, team collaboration and Wiki editing that meshes simplicity and functionality. As a result, knowledge workers are able to connect with team members and share information from wherever they are, effectively improving team-work and increasing productivity within the company. Developed in Java and built upon a scalable REST architecture with AJAX interfaces and Web 2.0-style user interfaces, Mindquarry is currently offering a free download version (1.1) of the platform and will soon release its signature Open Source Collaboration Platform as a hosted solution. Unlike many other team collaboration tools, Mindquarry blends the innovation of an Open Source product with a sound business model based on integration and consultation services. Founded in 2006, Mindquarry is privately held and funded by SAP co-founder VC Hasso Plattner. For more information, please visit Mindquarry.com.
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