One of the new features of tibbr 6, the ability to edit posts, has produced some of the best feedback from our users to date. Editing posts and replies seems simple, but is surprisingly absent in the ESN market. Facebook has it—vital for editing that post you should have slept on. But it’s just as important at work to correct grammar, spelling or go back and tag your co-worker on about the stellar job they did at that conference last week.
Similarly non-present among collaboration platforms is the ability to track the full history of a post. tibbr 6 lets users view the time, date, and edit history of your post, reply or answer, question, event or poll. When you click on the activity button, tibbr displays the name of the person who acted on the post, the type of action they took, and the date and the time the action took place. So when projects go really well, you can track how serendipitous events came to pass and set up processes to replicate them in the future. When projects don’t go so well, you can see where things fell apart and prevent the same outcomes.
And if you’re concerned about that rogue coworker posting crazy stuff from your computer when you step away for your afternoon Peet’s, our new auto logout feature will add that sense of security to your enterprise social experience.
For more details on editing posts, post activity, and auto logout, or if your company could use these features, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.