Assist your users in finding helpful and relevant content
that's ranked by their peers with Bamboo Rating.
Improve the quality of SharePoint content stored in your growing Enterprise Content Management (ECM) deployments
through the collection of user ratings. Bamboo Rating allows both authenticated and anonymous users to rate a range of SharePoint content, including list items, documents and even site pages.
The Bamboo Rating solution is streamlined into one easy-to-use custom column. Simply open an existing list or library, create a new column, select Bamboo Rating as the
column type, and configure the column to meet the business needs.
It's simple: SharePoint 2007 does not provide any rating solution,
while SharePoint Server's rating solution is too limited
because it only allows whole 5-star ratings using a single pallet of colors. Bamboo Rating provides 3 types of ratings
pallets colors, along with many other features—providing a
complete rating solution for your SharePoint content.
Extending SharePoint Lists and Libraries without InfoPath forms has just become a lot easier. With
the List and Forms Extensions Toolkit, receive all the custom columns Bamboo has to offer in a
single, convenient package. The List and Forms Extensions Toolkit provides a vast range of functionalities, including true column–level security within
your SharePoint lists. Seeking effective key performance indicators (KPIs) for your existing projects? Want to standardize
your SharePoint data by requiring users to follow a predefined data–entry format? These capabilities and more are available in a free 30–day fully functional trial.
If you are interested in purchasing more than one Bamboo custom column, consider purchasing
the List and Forms Extensions Toolkit, which includes all Bamboo custom columns in a single
package (conveniently activated by a single license key).
*Note: Bamboo products are not supported in an IIS Web garden configuration.
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