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Q!365 integrates Microsoft Teams channels into Salesforce

Your Microsoft Team’s content at your finger tips

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.

 Here you will find details on Q!365 and the link to Appexchange Marketplace

  • Oct 28 / 2020

Sneak Preview: OnTime Visitor Module for Microsoft

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

  • Sep 24 / 2020

Qkoms Demo at Microsoft’s Community Call

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 (↑)

  • Sep 14 / 2020

OnTime “Superhero” Webinar on November, 5

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.

 

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  • Sep 09 / 2020

Q!365 will be part of September’s Microsoft Graph Community call

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.

At the conference on Tuesday, 01 September we explained in 15 minutes how to use the MS Graph API for our Q!365 app. We showed why we combine the structured, business-oriented Salesforce with the document centred MS Sharepoint/Teams, what it looks like and explained the benefits using a business case.

Interested? Here is the video of the Community Call for you (↑)

  • Aug 31 / 2020

Q!365 – new folder features

Our customers had suggestions that have been implemented in the new version so that they no longer have to leave Salesforce when working with folders:

  • Folder Search, a direct search inside the folder
  • File Upload, a direct upload of documents
  • Condensed View, for a better overview

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  • Aug 24 / 2020

OnTime for Microsoft Teams – Perfect collaboration from home

 

Lately, many organizations have had to work together while at a distance, a challenge which is simplified by the use of Microsoft Teams.

Therefore, we have chosen to focus on improving OnTime for Microsoft Teams in order to make the process of cooperating from home and hosting online meetings even easier.

The new functions Creating a Meeting in Teams and MS Teams Mobile Support in OnTime for Microsoft Teams:

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  • Jul 29 / 2020

OnTime for Microsoft 4.0 with new data presentation and search features

Until now, you could use the Group View, the Personal View and the Time-Off View. In this version, we have added a new List View. This more advanced search tool, along with the Export feature, will allow you to easily make detailed searches and reports, which are not restricted by for example time frame.

Amongst many things, the new List View will allow you to:

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  • Jul 20 / 2020

OnTime Domino version 7.5 ith new data presentation and search features

Out now and ready for you to upgrade or try out: 

Until now, our family of viewing options has consisted of the Group View, the Personal View and the Time-Off View. In this version, we added a new member to the family, the List View. This more advanced search tool, along with the Export feature, will allow users to easily make detailed searches and reports which are not restricted by for example time frame.

  • Jul 02 / 2020

How to integrate Microsoft Teams in Salesforce

One of the strengths of MS Teams is helping the team to stay focused by keeping documents, people and chats together in channels. So why not enhance Salesforces structured Sales and Service with the power of MS Teams?

What is available out of the Box?

Salesforce offers Files Connect (built far before Teams) to search all of SharePoint. Yes, you may find the documents of a team, but your search still is not focused to search especially in one team.

How to get better?

Q!365, the integration app by QKom, is build on the modern MS Graph API – and allows to link the right things to any object in Salesforce. It uses Lightning components to list your teams data as related objects.  So all your relevant office documents are only one click away. You can launch and edit cocuments without losing your focus in salesforce.
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  • Jun 18 / 2020