Setting up Departments and Groups (or Roles) is beneficial when setting up app permissions, process management, notifications, or mentioning groups of people in comments. Instead of including each individual person, you can just add the entire department or group. Additionally, if an employee leaves the company, you won't have to go in and change any permissions. Simply add their successor to the group.Read More
The latest from Kintone's product development lab brings you the ability to easily create a New App from a "Template file" in the Kintone Marketplace. Kintone Administrators can now bypass Template Import by immediately creating a new app from the Template Zip File.Read More
Kintone is all-in-one workplace platform to help you streamline tasks and organize data. Spaces in particular are an excellent way to communicate with other team members to keep the business on track for success.
When creating a Space, you can invite specific team members and then discuss and share information on a specific topic. Once you are in a space, you can create apps that link to that space. With these apps, you can manage information, documents, or To-Dos to be able to easily collaborate with your team.Read More
Work smarter with less clicks in the Kintone platform. When using the User Selection field on an app form, did you know you can set a user as a default option when a new record is created?
You can save time by setting the default as a specific user or have it auto-populate the user who created the new record, aka, the Logged-in user.Read More
In Kintone, you can organize data fields into a table. This allows you to view and reference multiple rows of data within a record with ease. This article covers how to create a table within a record:Read More
A Per Record Notifications is when a notification is sent when the data in a record satisfies a certain condition. This article covers how to set up a Per Record Notification in Kintone.Read More
You can localize the description and field names of an app into English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese. Once set, the app will display the language that corresponds to the user's browser settings. Administrator access is required to add localization.Read More
In Kintone, you can setup login security settings depending on how secure you want your subdomain. This includes settings for Automatic Login, Password Policies, Account Lockout, etc. Here is an overview of how to access and set up your subdomain security:Read More
When setting up Kintone or expanding its use between departments, it can be good practice to establish more than one Kintone Admins or change your Admins altogether. Kintone Admins will have all the permissions within the platform, including access to Users & System Administration and Kintone Administration. Here's a walk-through on how to add or remove Kintone Admins (you must be an Admin to do this).Read More