IBM Verse: Day Two Usage

Yesterday, I reported my experience with IBM Verse after (finally) being provisioned.

Today, I am happy to report that, once I log in to Verse, I see this:

versebasic3

This is the experience in Firefox 37.0.1. Yesterday, I was on an unsupported browser. Today, it’s supported.

What changed?

That is a great question. What I can tell you is that, thanks to either this blog or my tweet, IBM contacted me, asked me a couple of questions (sorry, I didn’t think that the underlying OS was relevant to a browser issue, but I guess I might be wrong. The answer to that question was/is “Windows, BTW), and I was able to successfully log into Verse.

Wow, it is really white. Almost “you have to wear sunglasses to view this page” white.

Now I get to start playing with it.

Thank you, IBM, for granting me access.

Author: Gregg Eldred

This is a weblog with some basis in IBM/Lotus Notes & Domino software, when I feel like it or think of something that might be interesting. Other than that, we'll see where this goes. The views expressed in this blog are mine alone, and do not reflect the views of NextStep Technologies, LLC. If you think otherwise, you are mistaken. © 2003-2020 NextStep Technologies, LLC. All rights reserved. The rights to all logos, images, etc., are owned by their respective owners.

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