Update: Watch the webinar video here: https://vimeo.com/207682225
In 2006 Elon Musk announced his first Master Plan, with steps intended to take Tesla from an early concept without any tangible products to the world’s hottest automotive manufacturer. Did he succeed?
Join us for a free webinar where we will use a Netvibes Dashboard to analyze the data and determine whether Elon Musk has fully achieved Tesla’s original Master Plan. We’ll start with the first bullet, “Create a low volume car, which would necessarily be expensive,” and evaluate available data to determine whether Mr. Musk has been successful in each of his objectives.
With the Netvibes dashboard collecting and analyzing data over the last year, we have been able to see and predict key trends. This webinar will introduce you to the key elements of gaining insights with Dashboard Intelligence, including:
- Cross-analysis of web, social and financial data sets
- Identifying key trends & insights and automating delivery
- Understanding consumer purchasing decisions
- Predictive analytics and historical comparisons
Discover the conclusions we came to with Netvibes Dashboard Intelligence ! Register here.
We’re continually improving our dashboard features to help you get more done with Netvibes. Today we launched our newly improved Universal Search functionality for VIP and Premium users. Let’s explore what’s new.
With Universal Search, you can instantly find whatever you’re looking for by typing in simple keywords or drilling down by facets, including language, sentiment, geographical location and more. Beginning today, you can also use Universal Search to locate apps on the dashboard. To try it, simply search for a keyword, such as the app name or a word contained in the app. Netvibes’ Universal Search bar will auto-return results as you type. Results are automatically divided into categories to help you home in on your target, whether you’re looking for an app, an RSS feed, an article, or something else.
For example, when we search for the keyword “Weather,” Universal Search returns many results across different categories:
Article: “Winter weather slams the east coast”
Feed: The Weather Channel
If we want to see only feeds containing the keyword “weather,” we can type in that facet using Universal Search. For example, if we search for “Feed:weather”, the dashboard returns these results:
Welcome to the new Netvibes.com: Dashboard Intelligence for everyone
We are excited to announce that our completely redesigned website has launched today for all new Netvibes users! Check it out at netvibes.com.
Netvibes brings the power of Dashboard Intelligence to everyone–individual users and enterprises alike. Our completely redesigned website, netvibes.com is focused on enhancing the individual experience so that everyone can get more value out of their dashboards. With an all-in-one master dashboard for your digital life, you can save time online, increase your productivity, stay informed about any topic, control your smart devices and much more.
Here’s what’s new for individual users at Netvibes.com:
New wizard: create dashboards on the fly
When you sign up for a new account at netvibes.com, you will see our new wizard that makes it simple to set up your own dashboard. Pick your library(ies) of sources you want to track, enter any keywords of special interest, and click “Dashboard it!” In just a few clicks, you will have a custom dashboard tailored to your interests that can track and analyze any topic. Currently the new wizard is available for new Netvibes accounts only but will soon be expanded to all existing Netvibes users.
Experience the full power of Netvibes:
Last week’s maintenance had to be postponed. It is now rescheduled to Thursday, February 16. It will take up to 60 minutes between 10 am and 12 pm CET. All dashboards (Free, VIP & Premium) will be unavailable during that period and no Pushmail will be sent.
Thank you for your understanding.
Update: This maintenance has been postponed. We will let you know when it is rescheduled.
In order to provide you with an even better service, we’re going to patch our databases and do some maintenance work on our servers. And to do so, we will have to be momentarily offline.
On Tuesday, February 7 morning CET, Netvibes will have a scheduled maintenance that should not exceed 60 minutes. All dashboards (Free, VIP & Premium) will be unavailable during that period and no Pushmail will be sent.
Thank you for your understanding.
2017 has started off on a great foot for Netvibes! We are honored to announce today that Netvibes is a finalist for “Best Cloud Automation Solution” in the 2016-17 Cloud Awards. Although final winners will not be announced until later this month, the impressive competition from over 300 organizations around the world has made this a special honor.
For the past six years, the Cloud Awards program has been honoring and recognizing industry leaders and innovators. Finalists are chosen by a panel of international industry experts from around the globe. For the full list of finalists, visit: https://www.cloud-awards.com/2017-shortlist/.
Netvibes’ award-winning Dashboard of Things makes it simple for anyone to automate interactions between devices, apps, events and data. You create a custom Potion by picking the Trigger(s) and Action(s) you want to take place–e.g., If X and Y happen, then do Z.
Consumers can take control of their digital lives with Potions like:
- Smart smoke detector: When my Nest Protect detects smoke in my home: If the date is Aug. 13-20 (while I’m on vacation), then text my neighbor. Otherwise, text me.
- Reading list: When a new article is published with “iPhone 8” in the title, then share the link on Facebook and add the article to Pocket so I can read it later.
Companies can automate their business logic to respond immediately with Potions like:
From the entire Netvibes team, we wish you a happy and magical new year!
In 2016, Netvibes introduced many new features to the dashboard, including: Shared Libraries to organize lists of sources, a Geolocation facet so you can map where news is happening, Trend-Tracing Triggers so you can automate actions based on data trends and predictive analytics, and more.
We are excited for what’s in store this year, and we’re sure you are too. We all tend to set lofty New Year’s Resolutions, and studies say about 25% of resolutions are abandoned by the end of the first week of the year. But with your Netvibes dashboard, you don’t have to be part of the statistic! Customize existing Netvibes Potions or create your own to monitor your success, keep track of progress, and increase motivation to stick with your 2017 goals.
To get you started, here are a few ideas for Potions to keep your New Year’s Resolutions:
The What and Where Analytics apps offer several ways to represent their results, one of which is “Text cloud”. Text cloud displays the main keywords mentioned in the results. The more occurrences of a keyword, the bigger it is displayed. This view is especially convenient to spot trending topics at a glance.
However, this view may also generate some noise or display keywords you are not interested in. For instance, an overall What analysis of the New York Times’ homepage feed may show the keywords “BBC” and “Reuters” even though NYT’s sources may not be relevant to you.
That’s where the new improvements come into play. You are now able to hide the irrelevant keywords. To do so, click on the keyword you want to hide and click on the “Hide” option and “Done”. The app will automatically refresh to effectively hide the keyword and display the next keyword in line.
With Netvibes Premium for Team, a team leader creates a Master Dashboard with all the content and Social Analytics apps that are relevant to every person on his or her team. Each member – including the team leader – then retrieves a copy of that Dashboard. All the tags added to any copy are shared across the team while other actions – like adding content – are only visible on the copy. Netvibes Premium for Team allows you to collaborate without overwhelming your colleagues with information that is irrelevant to them.
The team leader can choose who is allowed to edit the Master Dashboard and who is not.
If you are allowed to edit a Master Dashboard, switching from your own copy to the Master Dashboard will soon be easier than ever: Simply log into your Netvibes account on netvibes.com and open your list of Dashboards.
Click on the “Publisher” line and you will instantly be taken to the Master Dashboard. Make all the edits you want. When you are done, click on the “Subscriber access” button located on the top left-hand corner and you will taken to your private copy.
It is that easy! You will no longer need to log into the Manager to switch back and forth between your own copy and the Master Dashboard.
Want to learn more about Netvibes Premium dashboards? Contact us for a free demo. Together we’ll explore how Netvibes dashboards can help you collaborate and achieve your unique business goals.
Dec. 29 update:
As announced last week, we updated the font colors a few days ago. Both your unread and read items are now darker and should be more visible on all types of screen.
More tinkering is currently under development. You should soon be able to do the following:
- right-click on your articles to mark them as read
- clearly see when your apps retrieve new items
- adjust the left-hand side menu when you are reading your articles
- see all the articles in the dark unread font when you are on a public page.
Thanks again for your comments and feedbacks.
Dec. 21st update:
You spoke, we listened. In the next few days, Netvibes will update font colors on the dashboard for better contrast and visibility, so you can easily read your articles.
Thanks for your comments and feedback! Send us more suggestions for Netvibes here.
Avid readers use their Dashboard in reader view. But it does not make the app view any less worthy of a great reading experience. That’s why we just launched a major layout revamping of all Netvibes reading apps. Here is what’s new:
When you add a new reading app, it will automatically detect the best View setting, which will be one of the following:
- List. One line per article. Depending on the article’s content, you will only see of its title and the beginning of its first sentence.
- Condensed. Same as list view but in a smaller font, meaning that more content can be displayed on each line. This view is especially convenient for feeds that publish articles with lengthy titles.
- Normal. This view displays article titles along with an excerpt of their body texts and a thumbnail if at least one image is provided with the article.
- Mosaic. Every article is represented by a big thumbnail (if an image is provided) and its title.