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Why we cant replace the browser tab label "Welcome to Platform Management Console" with something more meaningful?
The very same request was raised long time ago between 2009 and 2010 when I was working for JPMorgan. The symphony web console always show "Welcome to IBM Platform Management Console" labelled in the tab of the browser. which is meaningless to someone who has management consoles of so many clusters openned.
I recall that Li Ji from support team at that time refuse to admit that having a cluster name shown in the tab label would help (just like the room number on the door of a hotel suit) .
Now it is finally implemented "partially".
The reason why I call it "partially" is that when the management console logs out automatically, the browser tab label comes back to "Welcome to IBM Platform Management Console" again... facing so many of such bogus tabs -- just like one would ask "where is my hotel room" when the room number disappeared from the door...
I am sure that there will be argument on this request again (due to it is regarding user-friendliness, usability, "cosmetic", nothing significant).
Any way, the user-friendliness is very important to me. I can spend time argue with whoever wants to challenge this idea.
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