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Take Advantage of Hidden Features of BlackBerry Work


With BlackBerry Work, you have embraced mobility and taken enterprise productivity to the next level—enabling users to work the way they want to, anytime and anywhere.

Your users are probably using the BlackBerry Work application to stay productive on their corporate email, calendar, contacts, and documents—but did you know that your users can go beyond these basic features?

Many users don’t know about these hidden capabilities, including:

  • Running a presentation straight from the device
  • Converting an email into a task
  • Setting default customized fonts for emails
  • Customizing notifications
  • Changing the Launcher color
  • And many more

Help your users take advantage of all these features that BlackBerry Work has to offer—taking them from regular mobile users to BlackBerry Work power users.

Encourage your users to visit BlackBerry Work Tips and Tricks for both iOS and Android to discover more ways to work better and faster.

In addition, your IT department can add the BlackBerry Work Tips page as a web link to the BlackBerry Dynamics Launcher for users, so they can conveniently access these BlackBerry Work tips with a single tap.


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News for Canada

Why Calgary passed on the 2026 Olympics — and what's next for the Games nobody seems to want

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Calgary voters have sent politicians a clear message: They want no part of the city's beleaguered bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics. Beyond the boosterism of those connected to the Olympic movement, there never seemed to be an overwhelming amount of genuine excitement among everyday Calgarians.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 08:19:18 EST

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Inuit lives must be protected over polar bears, Nunavut community says

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Government officials must do a better job of controlling the polar bear population along the west coast of Hudson Bay, according to residents left scared and angered by a pair of recent and deadly attacks.s.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:00:00 EST

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Kevin O'Leary suing Elections Canada over fundraising limits

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Failed Conservative leadership contender and reality TV star Kevin O'Leary is suing the federal elections commissioner and Elections Canada over fundraising rules that limit how much of his own money he can spend to clear up outstanding campaign debts — rules O'Leary says infringe upon his Charter rights.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 17:06:52 EST

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Elizabeth Warren scandal highlights lack of Indigenous data in DNA banks

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Problems are inherent in using genetic databases to unearth Indigenous ancestry, but efforts are underway to help Indigenous students acquire skills that would help them move into advisory and leadership roles within genomic research.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:00:00 EST

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Probe of Conservatives' handling of sexual assault claim against ex-MP nearing its end

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More than 10 months after Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer first ordered an investigation, it appears the third party probe into Rick Dykstra's candidacy in the 2015 election could soon be coming to a close.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:55:24 EST

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Domino's Pizza ordered to pay ex-delivery driver $28K in Ont. case highlighting contractor rights

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A Domino's Pizza franchise in Mississauga must pay a former delivery driver $28,144.54 in lost wages and other benefits for violating several parts of the Employment Standards Act, Ontario's Ministry of Labour has ruled.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:00:00 EST

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Prince Charles at 70: Why he's been 'banging the drum' to make a difference, but says he won't meddle as king

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Prince Charles, who turns 70 today, has spent his lifetime doing charitable work, but his history of sharing strong opinions has left some observers uneasy about how he will serve as king.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:00:00 EST

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NASA wants Canadian boots on the moon as first step in deep space exploration

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The head of the U.S. space agency said today he wants to see Canadian astronauts walking on the moon before long — part of a first step toward the farther reaches of space.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 12:12:10 EST

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Philanthropists donate $3.5M to help bring almost 700 refugees to Canada

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It all happened so fast. Tuesday afternoon, Jennifer Basu and a group of friends met at Vancouver International Airport to welcome the refugee they’d sponsored to come to Canada.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 07:00:00 EST

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Canopy Growth shares stumble 8% after cannabis producer posts quarterly loss

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Canopy Growth Corp. reported a loss of $330.6 million in its most recent quarter as it ramped up spending in quarter that ended just before legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 11:33:54 EST

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Inuit lives must be protected over polar bears, Nunavut community says

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Government officials must do a better job of controlling the polar bear population along the west coast of Hudson Bay, according to residents left scared and angered by a pair of recent and deadly attacks.s.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 04:00:00 EST

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Canada's first successful heart transplant was 50 years ago this week. Here's how it happened

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Toronto's St. Michael's Hospital is marking the 50th anniversary of Canada's first successful heart transplant. "We showed that it can be done," remembered a doctor involved in the landmark surgery.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 06:00:00 EST

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'I feel accomplished': Sheshatshiu wrestler brings home gold from England

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Josh Dyke won gold for his weight class last weekend at the British Juniors wrestling championships in Peterborough, England.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 05:30:00 EST

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Man shot to death in north end is Toronto's 89th homicide this year — tying grim record set in 1991

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The shooting death of 22-year-old Yohannes Brhanu overnight Wednesday in north Toronto marks the city's 89th homicide this year, matching a grim record that has stood unbroken for nearly three decades.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 05:51:08 EST

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Sask. eHealth exec got free PGA golf trip from vendor doing business with province

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A former Chief Information Officer with eHealth acknowledges that last year he received an all-expenses-paid trip to Charlotte, North Carolina where he and two other eHealth employees attended the PGA Championship.



Wed, 14 Nov 2018 07:00:00 EST

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10 people die from illicit drug overdoses every day in Canada, study suggests

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An average of 10 people died from an illicit drug overdose every day in Canada in the two years leading up to March 2018, according to a federal analysis aimed at giving a better picture of those at greatest risk from the burgeoning overdose crisis.



Tue, 13 Nov 2018 15:50:18 EST

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Calgarians vote against 2026 Winter Olympics bid

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The majority of Calgarians do not want the city to proceed with a bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, according to the unofficial result of a non-binding plebiscite.



Tue, 13 Nov 2018 12:29:52 EST

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Canadian war vet denied access to N.S. veterans hospital

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A Canadian war veteran is being denied access to a Halifax veterans hospital, even though there are empty beds in the facility, because he wasn’t Canadian at the time of his wartime service.



Tue, 13 Nov 2018 10:30:11 EST

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Ottawa offers $5M to help Saskatchewan fight addictions

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The federal and provincial governments have announced a partnership aimed at helping those struggling with addiction in Saskatchewan.



Tue, 13 Nov 2018 11:58:38 EST

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Teacher with criminal history arrested after altercation with student

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RCMP have arrested a Halifax-area teacher accused of assault and mischief after an Oct. 3 incident involving a student. The administration at a Cole Harbour high school knew he had a criminal history and had vouched for his character following at least one of his earlier brushes with the law.



Tue, 13 Nov 2018 07:38:00 EST

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