WebOffice serves up its shared calendar, contacts, tasks and document folders through a customizable start page.
2WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – New Event
The WebOffice calendar made it easy to set up new events including using lists of eWEEK Labs members to invite attendees and check availability.
3WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Contacts
Contacts can be added by anyone and the information can be accessed by all members of the WebOffice.
4WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Distribution List
E-mail distribution lists in WebOffice are a relatively simple affair, just a list of addresses assigned to a label.
5WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Tasks
New tasks are added and assigned through this simple management screen.
6WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – New Database Item
WebOffice comes with eight pre-configured databases, which offer small organizations a suitable starting point. The samples include databases of asset management, CRM, event registration, sales forecasting and time sheet-keeping. Databases can also be des
7WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Discussion Forums
Collaborative discussions can be hosted using a simple tree structure to follow the thread.
8WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Discussion Thread
The body of a discussion is visible in this thread.
9WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Group Documents
WebOffice uses shared folders to facilitate group work on documents created in other word processor clients including, as shown here, Microsoft Word.
10WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Expense Report
The canned expense report in WebOffice is suited only for the smallest of organizations. We found it cumbersome to use.
11WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Polls
WebOffice provides polls for organizations that want to dabble in democracy from time to time.
12WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Links
Users can add favorite links to their start page. We added eweek.com and ziffdavis.com to our links through the simple interface.
13WebEx WebOffice Walkthrough – Members
Members can be added and deleted by the site administrator.