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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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    Blogs Anonymous Blogs Anonymous Presentation Transcript

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