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.
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
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:
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:
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.
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.
How to integrate Microsoft Teams meetings in HCL Domino with the help on OnTime
During this intensive home office for everybody phase, a lot of Domino customers started to use Microsoft Teams for their online meetings. Shortly after, customers asked us for help as we cannot schedule Domino meetings inside Teams and we miss seeing our calendar.
Here is our solution: Q!kom created a web app for Microsoft Azure. You may use one of your 10 free web apps for this application. Continue Reading
You Spoke – We Listened!
We always love getting suggestions from customers, on how we can improve different aspects of OnTime Group Calendar, to make the users’ calendaring experience better. We will be introducing a number of features and functions to our most popular add-on products, OnTime Pollarity and OnTime Mobile, some of which are based on these suggestions. These will help streamline and simplify the coordination and meeting booking processes for all users. Read more about how below or in the Release Notes.
The updates to the add-on products are not all we have added to the Group Calendar in version 3.9. It also includes a new Printing function, that will allow for different users’ calendars to be printed as a PDF from OnTime.
As always, you are welcome to contact as if you have any questions or feedback.
Zoom rooms is a nice solution from Zoom – easy to use, but officially not available for HCL Domino. We at QKom had an idea how to get it working with the help of OnTime.
The magic is done – easy to set up and all features are part of the core OnTime Licence. Good news for our OnTime Customers! Interested? Just ask us!
You Spoke – We Listened!
We always love getting suggestions from customers, on how different aspects of OnTime Group Calendar can be improved to make the users’ calendaring experience better. This year we got a handful of suggestions at Engage 2020, which has and will have an influence on shaping the versions that follow. In relation to this, we want to thank Joerg Rafflenbeul from Heitkamp & Thumann Group who made a suggestion at Engage, to make it possible to copy a meeting, including the invitees, to a poll, which is part of this version. Continue Reading