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Blogs Anonymous

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This presentation shows various screenshots of how we proposed to modify Lotus Connections to allow a blog author to force anonymous comments. If anonymous comments are not forced, then the user has …

This presentation shows various screenshots of how we proposed to modify Lotus Connections to allow a blog author to force anonymous comments. If anonymous comments are not forced, then the user has an option to blog under their real name or their alias.

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  • 1. Alias and Anonymous Users Lotus Connections Blogs in Action
  • 2. Blog entries can be configured to force anonymous comments
  • 3. Comments appear as anonymous as requested by blog author
  • 4. A note tells the user the comment will be saved anonymously
  • 5. If blog owner doesn’t require anonymous comments, allow user to pick whether to comment with real name or under an alias
  • 6. Rely on Profiles to specify alias
  • 7. Thank You

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