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Knowledge Management Systems . Week 5 Schedule Syllabus Updates Questions Assignments Blogging More Commentary Evaluations of the blog process Email. Email Systems, Uses and Habits. What email client(s) do you use? Why? How Long? Multiple Mailboxes? How Many? For What? Filters?

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knowledge management systems
Knowledge Management Systems
  • Week 5 Schedule
    • Syllabus Updates
      • Questions
      • Assignments
    • Blogging
      • More Commentary
      • Evaluations of the blog process
    • Email
email systems uses and habits
Email Systems, Uses and Habits
  • What email client(s) do you use?
    • Why?
    • How Long?
  • Multiple Mailboxes?
    • How Many?
    • For What?
  • Filters?
    • How Many?
    • For What?
  • Other Features?
  • Other Devices?
  • Social Networks
  • Protocols
email overload pim
Email Overload – PIM
  • New Uses Causes Overload
        • Task Management
        • Personal Archiving
        • Asynchronous Communication
  • Study of Mailboxes and User Interviews
  • Does Speed/Reliability of Email Transmission and Replying Change It’s Use?
        • Conversational
        • Accountable
  • Email not “One touch” (informational)
  • Changes Work Throughout the Day
  • Constantly Checking
email as habitat
Email as Habitat
  • Traditionally
    • Messaging - Communication
    • One to One, One to Many Communication
  • Increasingly
    • Information Management
      • Access to Documents
      • Address Books - Contacts
      • Portal for (Networked) Information
    • Coordination and Collaboration
      • Tasks
        • To Do’s
        • Reminders
      • Workflow
        • Document Creation and Editing
        • Meeting Planning and Coordination
email as habitat 2
Email as Habitat 2
  • PC Users Spend Most of Their Day in their Email Application
    • Defining “Knowledge Workers”?
    • Support Staff
  • Personal Information Management
    • To Do (Marking up or Sending to Oneself)
    • Contact Management
  • Project Tracking
  • EVERYTHING?
email as habitat 3
Email as Habitat 3
  • Too Much of a Good Thing
    • Filters
    • Folders
  • Searching May Be Faster
    • Time to File
    • Time to Find
  • Searching Not Helping to Build (Traditional) Conceptual Model of Tasks or Messages
email as habitat 4
Email as Habitat 4
  • Types of Folders
    • Who – Sender
    • Where – Organization of Sender(s)
    • What – Project
    • Personal Interests
      • Professional
      • Private
    • What Else?
      • Archives
      • Templates
email as habitat 5
Email as Habitat 5
  • Problems with Email Applications
    • Folder Organization
    • Sorting
    • Finding
    • Filtering
      • Easier to Set up
      • Filter after Reading or Event
  • One Application Not Suited for All Users
    • Outlook - Outlook Express
    • Status & Occupation
    • Roles and Responsibilities
email as habitat 6
Email as Habitat 6
  • More Exposure to Email Use = More Checking Email
    • Alternate Devices
    • Always-on Devices
  • More Experience = More Feature Use
  • Different Features for Different Users
  • Different Features for Different Uses
      • Projects
      • Types of Tasks
improving email
Improving Email
  • Threads of Messages
    • “Conversation Tree”
    • Automatic vs. Manual Configuration
    • Types of Conversations (GIBIS)
  • “Thrasks”
    • Individual (feedback)
    • Group (assignments)
  • Views & Visualization
    • Oldest/First at Top (contrast with blogs)
    • Multiple Windows, Icons, Graphics
taskmaster
TaskMaster
  • Keeping Track of Concurrent Actions
  • Marking Items
  • Managing Activities Over Time
  • Managing Deadlines and Reminders
  • Collating Related Items and Associated Files and Links
  • Application Switching and Window Management
  • Getting a Task-Oriented Overview Easily
taskmaster1
TaskMaster
  • Helping with Overload
    • Number of Threads
    • Frequency of Related Messages
  • Assigns Meta-Information
    • From the Thrask View
    • Within an Open Item (Contact Info)
  • Warning Bars
  • Action Clusters
  • Task-Specific Contact Lists
reinventing email
Reinventing Email
  • What Kinds of Messages are Suited for (Current) Email ?
  • What Other Types of Messaging Tools?
    • Instant Messaging
    • Newsgroups
    • Document Management
      • Annotations
      • Approval
      • Distribution Lists
reinventing email1
Reinventing Email
  • Separation or Integration?
    • Messages
    • Address Book – Contacts
    • Documents
    • Links
    • Web (other)
  • Indexing and Classifying Email
    • Logging (transaction, permission, task)
    • Searching (internal, personal, external)
    • Ranking (most email currently equal)
redesigning email for 21 st century
Redesigning Email for 21st Century
  • Little Change – GUIs & Attachments
  • Overloaded & Overwhelmed
    • Slow Response – No Response
    • Loss
  • No One Solution
    • Multiple Features
    • Appropriate for each User, Organization or Task
    • Improved Interface & Interaction
  • Timelines
  • Document Summarization
  • Annotations
flannel
FLANNEL
  • Adding Computational Capabilities to Email
  • Email is traditionally just text, in chronological order
  • Improve Endpoints: Sending & Receiving
    • Interfaces
  • Improve Medium: Protocols & Infrastructure
    • Web Server – HTTP
flannel 2
FLANNEL 2
  • Features
    • Translations
    • To Do List with Tracking
    • Dynamic Signature (or other)
    • Links (Keyword Searching) Integrated
    • Workflow
      • Processing While In Transit or Upon Receipt
      • Based on Sender, then Receiver?
      • More Decisions to Make When Sending?
ishmail
Ishmail
  • Support 3 Basic Methods
    • Don’t File & Search
    • File Frequently in Many Mailboxes
    • File Intermittently
  • Server-Based with IMAP extension
  • Filtering
        • Alarms
        • Mailboxes
        • Incoming & Outgoing
  • Interface with Multiple Windows/Views
  • Deferral of Message (Sending) Delivery
  • Archiving – Periodic & Stack
  • Personas
mailcat
MailCat
  • Filing with an Intelligent Assistant
    • Adaptive Text Classifier for Guessing (3) Folders
    • Action Classifier? (Maxim’s Memory Based Retrieval Matching)
    • 80-90% Accurate
  • Filing Can Compliment Searching
    • How Many Actions to File?
  • Multiple Locations (Aliases, Links)
  • Simple (Only) Interface (“Move To” buttons)
bitfrost
Bitfrost
  • Categorizing Messages from Inbox Automatically
  • “Programming” Filters Too Difficult
  • Categories of Interest
  • Improve on Known Email Use
    • Four Types of Users
    • Filters vs. Losing Sight of Email
  • Understanding Automatic Categorizing Difficult for Users
  • Too Much Categorization?
  • Categories vs. Folders
  • New Messages Difficult to Deal With
  • Notification vs. Filing or Hiding
email protocols
Email Protocols
  • POP
    • Decentralized Storage
    • Personal Archives
  • IMAP
    • Centralized Storage
    • Server Archives
  • How Will New Devices Extend These Protocols?
    • Filtering as Ringtone?
    • Caller ID
  • How Will P2P or other Collaborative/Cooperative Technologies (or paradigms) Change Email Use?
    • Always On (for Categorizing, Filtering and Automatically Respondng)
email on the desktop
Email on the Desktop
  • Integrate Mailboxes with OS File Structure
  • Group Files and Messages in Interface
  • Provide Direct and Indirect Manipulation of Information
    • Centralized on Servers
    • Synchronized with All Devices (PIM Hub)
email use improvement
Email Use Improvement
  • New System Evaluation (for Improvement)
    • Real Users
    • Actual Work
  • Difficult to Get Individuals to Switch to New Applications or Technologies
    • Current Features Not Used
    • No Learning Curve for Critical Application
    • Lock-in vs. Import/Export
  • More Difficult to Get Organization To Switch
    • Installed Base
    • Migration
    • Licensing
    • Training