Wednesday, July 1, 2009

They Call it Flippr and it's for Quickr

Admins at least.

The great SNAPPS team, led by Rob Novak are playing with another Quickr tool, this one for Admins.

Panda Bear was for the users, but now they gave us Admins something nice as well.

Great UI, smooth, fast and simple.

Fast! I am currently in London, UK on a DSL line with average speed connecting to a very old piece of hardware in the states on a slow line. And this does my work faster than I can if I try to refresh a web page!

Although I had some problems initially, that were my fault, now it shows my sites and does lookups on people so one can make access changes a snap.

The basic necessities are there just like they are via a browser, but without the headache and delays or crashes of the browser(you IE people know who you are, stop it).

Now if they can merge Flippr and Panda, for us Admins, I would be very happy. One program and screens pace is always better than 2.

Excellent work! Coming soon to a website near you probably in the near future.
What do I know, I am just a beta.


  1. Thank you for the nice review.

  2. Hello,
    I'm missing my sites too, what did you do to get them to show?

    Thank you,

  3. No Viktor, Thank you! for excellent work.

    The tab where you enter the server name is very syntax aware. The name of the server must be just like it is shown in the names.nsf entry.

    So its Server/Domain
    then your login as first last/domain
    and your password

    And either Quickplace or LotusQuickr is the directory depending on your setup.

    If all that is correct, start typing a site name and it should autolist them.
    For more help IM or email me.

  4. Hello,
    for the settings with Panda Bear :

    Name = ?
    server URL = ?

    Username and password, it's ok ;)

    Thank you

  5. sorry :