I think most people would want their systems integrated. Way back when I took a Franklin class, they emphasized to only have one calendar and not multiple. Otherwise, sooner or later you're going to end up with a conflict. Maybe it's the day you have to drive back from a far-away customer that's the same night as your daughter's school play. With a single calendar, you'll spot that conflict much sooner.portseven wrote:The first thing that springs to mind on the multiple roles thing, is to ask why are you conducting personal business at work? Most companies I have worked for prohibit that, so why would you want multiple identities?
Again, I point out that Outlook can deal with multiple mailboxes very nicely. So anything that tries to push it out is likely to need to same functionality. But since this is software running in a browser, how will one client deal with multiple identities?
Edit: More to the point, and why I bring it up here, it would be nice for the church to host wave for unit leaders. That way bishoprics and stake presidencies can better correlate and in a secure environment. But for that it work, I think it would have to also integrate with one's personal "email/wave" system. Otherwise you end up with some one who checks their church wave every other week.