If you're excited about having a whole extra day this Leap Year, then you're going to love Kintone and these new time-saving features.
From expense reports to time sheets to inventory management, Kintone's business applications turn tedious spreadsheets into collaborative and task-driven workflows to save you time so you can focus on the bigger picture.
This month, we're adding to our already powerful enterprise capabilities with these new features:
Added layer of security and oversight
Monitor active sessions and login activity to detect suspicious activity in your Kintone account. If you’re an administrator, you can review user's account activity like log-in origination, the browser used, operating system, and IP address.
A little something for everyone
Users with certain access can send messages to entire groups or departments with just a single @mentions. Aside from saving time, it ensures no one gets left out of the conversation.
Go deep with your search
Search just got a whole let better (and faster!) with the ability to search for keywords within tables. A survey by SearchYourCloud revealed “workers took up to 8 searches to find the right document and information.” With Kintone's powerful search capabilities, you'll have the information you need as fast as you can type.
More room to share
Everyone loves to share and store their documents in Kintone so we've made it easier by extended the drag and drop file attachment feature. Drag over any file and it instantly attach it to any message, workspace or thread.
About the Author
Nicole is Director of Marketing at Kintone, with 10+ years experience in content strategy, campaign management, lead acquisition and building positive work cultures of empowered, purpose-driven team members. She spent seven years as a journalist, previously serving as a CBS San Francisco digital producer, NPR contributor, Patagon Journal deputy editor and reporter for several publications, including the Chicago Tribune. She's passionate about the tech for good space, social entrepreneurship and women leadership. On the weekends, you’ll likely find her putting her Master Gardener skills to use in at community gardens in Oakland.