This blog discusses the scenario where you might need to send a survey with the same set of questions on a daily basis. This could be automated very simply using Microsoft Flow. In case you are new to Flow or the Kaizala connector, suggest you read this post to get started.
Kaizala is a mobile application that allows you to get work done within the context of a conversation and group using actions. While the application provides a whole lot of functionalities that allows small and medium businesses and enterprises to get work done, it also supports extensibility that allows you to integrate it to existing business processes and workflows.
In this post, I will explore how you could get response from custom Kaizala forms over email. This is very similar to the scenario mentioned in the previous post: Flow scenario #2a: Get response from custom Kaizala forms.
If you’ve tried out our new Microsoft Teams App Studio you’ve probably noticed the “Control library” tab. We developed this library based on feedback from our developer community to simplify the design and development process. Each time we created a new tab we found ourselves copying the same CSS code repeatedly — as you can imagine there were several issues. To resolve these issues, we built a library for common UI elements used in Teams. Using this library will enable your tab to stay consistent with the Teams look and feel.
Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork in Office 365 that integrates with the apps and services that people use to get work done together. Microsoft Teams App Studio (Preview) makes it easy to start creating or integrating your own service, whether you develop custom apps for your enterprise or SaaS applications for teams around the world.
In this post, we will get on boarded to Kaizala APIs and send a message on a group using API. Briefly, we will discuss: Get the Kaizala Postman API collection, Understanding of Kaizala connectors and creating them, Authenticating to Kaizala, and Creating a group and sending a message on Kaizala.
Webhooks allow you to build or integrate applications which subscribe to certain events on Kaizala. When one of those events is triggered, Kaizala service would send a HTTPS POST payload to the webhook’s configured URL. Webhooks can be used to listen to content being posted on the group and use that information to update your database, trigger workflows in your internal systems, etc. You could also do the reverse, wherein post content on Kaizala based on an internal event in your system using the Kaizala APIs.