As the year comes to an end we have one last teamWorkr version for you in 2018. This release focuses on integration and bug fixing.
teamWorkr has already elegantly integrated itself into existing environments in the past. It could easily be combined with IBM Traveler to provide a seamless user experience for our customers. Until now you could already integrate teamWorkr via iFrame into other applications, but you also saw unwanted functions like the pins.
This is helpful if you use teamWorkr as standalone version but not if you integrate it into any other solution. Starting with Version 3.1.3 teamWorkr can be even better integrated into existing environments. With the help of the Runtime-Detect-Mechanism, teamWorkr now automatically detects if it is running within another application (e.g. Connections, Office365 or any company site). In this case teamWorkr focuses on the content and surrounding elements are hidden automatically.
As always you can get the new template via our Self-Service Portal. We will also blog some more about the new functionality during the next weeks and give you some Best Practices and Examples.
Have fun with the new version and let us know what you think about the new release via @TTteamWorkr
We squashed some bugs: