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Fri 6 Feb 2009, 01:19 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
As I was browsing on Planet Lotus, I happened to notice on the "Latest Twitter" a comment from Alan Lepofsky:
alanlepo: Gmail is getting more usable all the time. Now if they just had tables, and made it easy to paste in images, I'd be a happy camper. 12:43pSo, if only Gmail had features that we took for granted in Lotus Notes back in 1995, it would be downright close to being usable. Tells you something, doesn't it?
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Update: As Carl correctly points out, tables and pasting images were both introduced in 1991 in Lotus Notes 2.0, so even earlier than I mention. I simply picked the year I started using Notes extensively.
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What has been said:
783.1. Carl Tyler (02/06/2009 10:45 AM)
I thought Tables were long before 1995?
783.2. Ben Langhinrichs (02/06/2009 10:49 AM)
@Carl - Probably. I just picked the first year I remember using them. I'll make a note of that in the main article.
783.3. Craig Wiseman (02/06/2009 11:17 AM)
I'm just glad the Notes' rich text handling has improved so much since 1995.
783.4. Ben Langhinrichs (02/06/2009 12:38 PM)
@Craig - Don't get me started. Just don't get me started.
783.5. Alan Lepofsky (02/06/2009 08:01 PM)
There are many "great new things in 2.0" are things that Notes is 10* better at!