Nina Rosen is a Salesforce developer and an architect for Neomatic over in Germany. She has built integration apps for a variety of platforms and companies in the past and is currently working on a partner relationship management system based on Salesforce data.
Organize your files and folders in SharePoint and initiate external sharing directly out of Salesforce.
Set up sharing for Salesforce Community users with Q!365.
First – if you would like to try it yourself, your organization has to be nominated by your salesforce contact – the Microsoft app is already public, but, needs a profile in your org.
What’s on the list?
- 5 presentations by kühn & weyh customers: Basler Versicherung, DAK-Gesundheit, HDI, Die Techniker und UniVersa
- 6 partner lounges with CONET, Dydocon, Fileee/ThinkOwl, msg systems, S&N Invent and 34digitall
- 6 theme islands about the products and solutions of the series M/ | 11 o’clock Q!kom
- Meetingpoints with the sales managers |Meetingpoint User Group
- News from our development department | Infos from Consulting
All this in different online formats where you can discuss, chat or just listen.
Do you want to enhance your OnTime Superhero powers? Make sure to grab one of the 20 tickets for the fun and educational OnTime Live Webinar on Thursday, November, 05 from 11-12 CET before it is too late (↑)!
This webinar is dedicated to helping you and your colleagues use OnTime to the fullest. OnTime is continuously updating the group calendar with new, powerful features, and wants you to master them all and save even more time. We will also talk about the product roadmap, and gladly hear your suggestions for future features and improvements.
The new release of Q!365 supports Microsoft Teams even better. As you can see here, we simply link the account object to the corresponding channel. Then we have all channel files inside the Salesforce view and can open them with one click.
With Q!365 you are always well informed without leaving Salesforce.
The new version of OnTime for Microsoft 4.1 will be equipped with a visitor module. You can then register your visitors directly while creating a meeting.
Finally the reception can see which visitors are registered and who the contact person in the company is. The arriving visitors are checked in to the system, a badge can be printed for them and they are checked out again at the end of their visit inside the company. OnTime recognises returning visitors by their e-mail address and automatically fills in their details. Continue Reading
The Microsoft Graph community call, every first Tuesday of each month, is an event for developers to stay in sync with the Microsoft Graph APIs. On the Developer Blog of the Microsoft Community Call (↑) they mention our demo of the Q!365 app, the Microsoft Graph integration in Salesforce:
“Andreas Rosen, Founder of Qkom GmbH, shared a demo of their Microsoft Graph integration with Salesforce. They were able to create an app that combines the structure in Salesforce with the knowledge in Office 365 using the Microsoft Graph API.”
Want to have a look? Here is the video of the Community Call for you (↑)
This Superhero Series is dedicated to helping you and your colleagues use OnTime and all its Superhero features and shortcuts as efficiently as possible.
This first part is all about helping you master the scheduling powers of OnTime Desktop, for you to gain the full value of the group calendar.
Let’s together unlock your OnTime superpowers!
More information on the Webinar here (↑). And if you’re busy on November 5 between 11 and 12 am, don’t worry! Just save a spot anyway, and we’ll send the recording.