Our new intranet portal, the UF Health Bridge, offers a range of functional features to enhance our work environment. Here are some top tips from a few people “behind the screen” of the Bridge. Get an in-depth guide to the UF Health Bridge by visiting bridge.UFHealth.org/bridge-help.
“From the Bridge home page, clicking on the weather graphic
will show you real-time traffic cameras around campus, local radar and the extended local forecast. Another neat feature: You can create documents right in the Bridge. Click ‘Files’ from the Utility Belt (the thin blue bar running across the top of the home page) and click ‘Add New.’”
Carlos Morales, UF Health IT/Communications Web Services director
“The ‘My Links’ feature is a great way to easily store and access your most-used websites. You can add links and control the privacy settings from public, to friends-only to hidden, so only you can see the link.”
Jeff Stevens, UF Health IT/Communications Web Services assistant manager
“You can keep track of a group’s event calendar easily using the ‘Subscribe’ feature. From any group’s ‘Events’ tab, click ‘Subscribe.’ Click the pop-up link and open in Microsoft Outlook or your preferred calendar application. It will be added as an additional calendar for easy access.”
Diane Millican, UF Health IT/Communications Web Services business analyst and trainer
Explore the UF Health Bridge early and often!
Take the Bridge Pop Quiz at bridge.UFHealth.org now through Friday, Feb. 27. Pass the quiz with a score of 70 percent or higher and you’ll be entered to win an iPad Mini 3.