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*** Contact your IT administrator for any help with setting up BlackBerry Work *** <br><br>Take care of business simply, elegantly and securely with BlackBerry Work. Stay on top of your business email, schedule and join meetings, and manage your contacts with an easy to use, all-in-one app. <br><br>BlackBerry Work delivers a personalized business experience. See your colleagues’ photos in your email. View online availability to chat everywhere you work - in email, a calendar event and on their contact card – a capability unique to BlackBerry. Quickly navigate among your business apps using Launcher. Switch easily between composing an email, adding a contact, or scheduling a calendar event with quick action buttons. And always know that your personal privacy is protected without intrusive geo-location capabilities. <br><br>Simple app navigation:<br>• Launcher: Simplify multi-tasking and app navigation with easy switching between your email, calendar, contacts, app settings and other BlackBerry apps.<br>• Quick actions: Work smarter with quick action buttons to compose an email, schedule a meeting or add a contact.<br>• Contextual file actions: Choose the right actions for your documents – edit, annotate, save, print, sign, etc. based on the other BlackBerry-secured apps installed on your device<br><br>Improve productivity:<br>• Email: Manage your inbox on the go! Check and respond to email, move messages to a folder, and take and attach photos. <br>• Calendar: Stay in touch with your colleagues, customers and partners wherever you are. Join meetings or schedule new ones. Even send a quick reply message if you are running late.<br>• Contacts: See all of your Outlook contacts, personal and work. Add additional information to the contact card or get the caller ID by sync’ing the contacts to the device. <br><br>Personalize your experience:<br>• Directory Photos: Your inbox, calendar and contacts now displays photos from your global address list so you can now enjoy more effective social interactions <br>• People centric collaboration: Choose the best way to reach your colleagues based on their online availability status. Initiate a call, an email, an IM or an SMS from within the app them based on their availability. <br><br>Quick notifications:<br>• Badges: See how many unread email you have right on your device home screen without opening the app. .<br>• VIP notifications: Never miss an important message. Set VIP status for key contacts to be notified via custom alerts when they send you an email.
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Whose back did Blackberry scratch to worm their way back into the corporate realm with a product like this? My phone has not been right ever since the transition from Good. It took two days just to load, then hours to complete the clunky setup. Since then, the battery life on my phone is abysmal, the sync with Outlook is inconsistent, and it demands my password all the live long day. And it’s quite a coincidence that after having this phone for three years, just a couple of weeks after getting Blackberry I have an OS glitch resulting in my phone becoming disabled. Since this isn’t my personal phone, I couldn’t just plug it into iTunes for a reset, so I had to wait a week for Apple to “verify my identity” before I could get back in. And I’m off to contact the help desk because after everything I did just to get my phone back to baseline, Blackberry got wiped AGAIN, and I need an unlock key. This is total bull. If Blackberry wants to stay in business, why can’t they just stop sucking??!!
I’m a network admin that uses this service daily. Well installs, configures, and manages daily. I have no real issue with this bundle, users tend to hate it but I think that lies more along the line of the lack of ability to remember a password or other basic and simple instructions. The network admins are the ones who have to configure the server and get it installed on end point devices. I don’t know why the users complain that it’s the devs fault when it’s technically their IT department that’s lacking in the training of its use. 3.5/5 stars from me because listening to everyone complain makes it harder to work with. P.S. if you want it to work let your IT department actually work with you and slow down while letting them show you what to do. 20 minutes to fix a problem is better than it not working for months.
Maybe it's how it is put into production at your particular place of work but I've found this application to be a kludgy attempt at delivering a much needed service for a corporate user. 1) I can't turn off notifications on my device without completely disabling the app, 2) why on earth does the UEM Client have to run simultaneously with the Work app? Just adds to battery drain (I suppose) and adds yet one more app running in background on my phone that's as useful as a 6th toe. 3) useless biometric login - even though I have fingerprint authentication enabled the app requires I manually enter a password every time I open or after a few hours of not using. 4) by default I can't access applications outside of the Blackberry environment via Work (e.g. Safari or Webex). <snark on> My guess is this is a veiled attempt to get corporate users to stop using mobile devices as a cost saving measure <snark off>. Really a huge step backwards from the Good app.
This app is just terrible. Frequent crashes. No ability to search calendar. Unlike the iPhone version, the iPad version has no setting to turn-off auto-advance to the next message when you file/delete a message. This totally breaks workflow if you don’t want to read emails in sequential order. Why would the developer have completely different behaviors on iPhone/iPad version? Also, while you can specify how many days worth of email to download, the app NEVER cleans up used memory meaning that if you get a lot of email, the app eventually expands to fill your entire device. You’d think that setting the app to download only 2 weeks of email would keep only 2 weeks of email on the device and recycle the memory...but you’d be wrong. Unless you have to use this app for work (like I do), run as fast as you can.
I really do not have an issue with this app overall, but I do wish that on my iPad, I could find a way to make it where if I delete an email it does not automatically open the email underneath it. On my cell phone, I have no issues with this but I cannot seem to locate a way to do that on the iPad. Otherwise, I find it helpful to see mine and my executives calendar and the email on the go. The biggest downside is that I notice a lot of times my calendar does not update on the fly. I’ll get meeting notices, when the meeting has been canceled already for a couple of hours. Overall, it is still nicer than having to carry two phones.
Developed by Good Technology, Inc..
BlackBerry Work is ranking in Business & Productivity
Last update was at Nov 27, 2019and the current version is 2.20.2.
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BlackBerry Work have a 1 249a user reviews.
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