Customize personal news feed via Linchpin Mobile
Edit news subscriptions for the personal news feed. Especially useful feature for employees without access to a desktop computer / Confluence web.
Mobile access to Linchpin Events
Integrate Linchpin Events (part of Linchpin Intranet suite) into Linchpin Mobile. Access a list of upcoming events, access event details, get a list of participants, (un-)register for an event.
Access to Confluence notification center
Integrate Confluence's notifications into Linchpin Mobile in order to get real-time updates on anything important. By having this information available on mobile, employees can react to specific events even faster and won't miss any news.
Optimization for tablet-sized devices
Provide optimized views for tablet-sized devices to make use of large displays
Consistent navigational concept for desktop and mobile
To ensure a similar user experience on desktop and mobile, findability is a key factor. Thus, the navigation of the and mobile version should be coordinated with the desktop version.
Notification badges for new messages and posts
Add a notification badge for new messages and posts with the app icon on the mobile device's springboard to indicate that there's news within the app.
Filters for contact search results
When performing a contact search I want to filter the results for various information based on profile fields (e.g. key skills, location...)
Start page for mobile users
Option to define start page for mobile users or add logo (like on desktop version) with option to setup different startpage as on desktop
A confidential variant of push notifications
The current implementation of push notifications is critical from the point of view of data protection and information confidentiality. It would be nice if there would be a variant in which no user data is sent via the "Firebase Cloud Messaging service". You could take Threema as an example here. Threema sends via the "Firebase Cloud Messaging service" only the information that there is a new message. However, the actual message is then fetched directly from the Threema-server. More details can be found here: https://threema.ch/de/faq/privacy_push Alternatively, it would also be sufficient for us if the push notification contained a generic text such as "There is a new message". The user can then open the app manually.