[technology taskforce] Feedback on ICANN54 Meeting app

Tracy F. Hackshaw @ Google tracyhackshaw at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 18:00:14 UTC 2015

+1 on all of these comments from Stuart!

Exactly what I had made note of!

Also,  the app did not appear to be observing Material Design principles in
the Android version which made it seem somehow "alien" in comparison with
some of my more heavily used apps. Some of the swiping navigation felt a
little clunky and, in some cases, glitchy.
On Oct 24, 2015 4:53 PM, "Stuart" <stuart.clark at jahingo.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Dublin was my first ICANN meeting and the new meeting app really helped me
> in trying to figure out what was going on. Hopefully a few of you noticed
> me (generally at the back) of some of the At Large related meetings.
> Regarding the app I installed the Android version on both my mobile &
> tablet. It worked very well in general, but I'd make a few suggestions:
> 1. Maybe some form of auto-update preference as I seemed to be clicking on
> the red update now dot pretty frequently.
> 2. As I was using two devices it would have been really handy to have
> synchronisation of information between them. For example I updated my
> profile information on one device but that wasn't shared and the personal
> schedules were totally different between the two devices.
> 3. The ability to add sessions/my whole personal schedule to the native
> calendar (i.e. Google calendar for my Andriod devices) would be great. As
> it was my nightly ritual was to go through both device's personal schedules
> and the add the sessions of interest via the main ICANN meeting website and
> the add to calendar functionality found there.
> Thanks
> --
> Stuart Clark
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