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Testing 'Jotspot': Application Wiki

Today we started testing the much talked about Application Wiki 'Jotspot': "JotSpot makes simple web applications simple to build by combining wikis and web applications in an easy-to-use hosted service for workgroups." First impressions are very promising. The most interesting feature is the application gallery. Applications can be loaded into a wiki with one click, such as:
Jotspot Application Gallery

  • Projectmanagement
  • Blogging
  • RSS Feed Aggregator
  • Documentation
  • Event Calendar
  • Recruiting
  • Task Manager
  • CRM
  • Help Desk
  • Company Directory
  • Issue Tracker

Another feature that stands out is the ability for collaborators to email contributions which are then appended to the page (wiki) in question.  Text, mail and documents (Word, Excel) are fully searchable and WYSIWYG editing is standard (advanced editing capabilities for ASCII markup and XML are also included).

Free beta accounts can be requested, but it takes a few weeks due to overwhelming interest. I'll post an evaluation in a few weeks.

Posted by Jean Scholtes in Publishing | Permalink


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Thanks for your interest in JotSpot. We've been working hard to eliminiate our beta request backlog, so thanks also for your patience! Our application gallery is a work in progress, so please don't hesitate to contact me with questions or requests for apps not in the gallery. And thanks for mentioning us.
-Scott McMullan (scott at jot.com)

Posted by: Scott McMullan (jotspot) | 25 Jan 2005 03:03:35

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