Jive delivers an awesome community experience
to smaller screens, too. The mobile browser features simple navigation
with large buttons that are better suited for touch screens. You won't see options
that are too complex or take up too much real estate on a mobile device.
To visit your community from a mobile browser, just enter your community's URL into
the built-in browser of your device and log in. Note that you can see the
same narrow interface on the desktop version by making your desktop browser smaller.
Here's what you can do from the mobile browser:
Read and interact with your streams and Inbox
Just like in the desktop version, you can cruise through and interact with your
streams, and read and respond to your Inbox items.
Create most content types
Create all sorts of content from your mobile device, for example,
ideas, blog posts, documents, and so on.
Search and filter
Tap the magnifying glass, enter your search term, and then click the down-arrow to filter by Content, People, or
Places, and/or the time period of the last modification.
Access and use places like a pro
Follow, join, or leave places from the mobile browser. You can also see
a place's activity, content, people, and any subspaces, projects, and custom
pages the place may have. To sort
the content in a place, just click Content and then an
icon: documents, discussions, blogs, or
polls. If you're looking for the tiles on a group's activity page, be sure to scroll
all the way down to see them.
Note: Some content and
functionality only make sense in the wider desktop view, so you won't see some things cluttering up the
Also, iPads will always benefit from the full functionality of a wide-screen
The mobile browser does not work on Blackberry devices.
Older Android browsers struggle with content creation. You can resolve this by
upgrading your Android operating system and using Chrome to browse your
Quick Tour from a Mobile Browser
Here's a quick visual tour to help you learn how to navigate your community from the built-in browser on your mobile device (or a narrow desktop screen).