Salvation Army DIG allows you to access your Notes data when — and where — you need it. Using any modern desktop or mobile browser, DIG allows you to quickly search across all your Notes applications, quickly refine the results, then save your search results for future use. Salvation Army DIG also allows you to easily browse the applications you have permission to use, and save your favorites for easy recall.
Access your data when – and where you need it.
Easily browse, and discover your Notes applications – and their content – from any modern desktop or mobile browser
Search across all Notes applications in your domain at once
Refine and save your search results for later use
Favorite the applications you use most for easy recall
Navigate applications by tags that have been assigned
How to access Salvation Army DIG
Sign in with your organizational email address and password.
Have you ever wondered how you would read notes apps when your mail and calendar is moved to Outlook?
*Outlook Web App is only available for Divisions that have been migrated. View the migration details for more information.
Have you ever needed to search across multiple notes apps at once?
You can also refine your search and save your results for future use.
Have you ever wanted to read a notes database but it wasn't yet on your workspace?
You can also favorite apps and view them by tags set by Information Technology. Submit a IT Service Request to get access to an app you do not currently have.
What does D.I.G. stand for?
DIG was created to generate a digital interface from IBM Domino (Lotus Notes) based apps and databases.
DIG is a product of Red Pill Now.
Salvation Army DIG will updated to version 4.3.12 later today to include the following enhancements:
Re-Enabling the cache for applications and replicas
Hide & Favorite Apps
Tags Tab Improvements
General Performance Improvements
The system will remain available throughout this update.
March 1, 2018