Bulk Deletion allows you to easily delete unwanted records without having to delete each record individually. Here's an overview of how do a Bulk Deletion.Read More
Ask Google a question, you’ll get a lot of answers.
But you don’t need a lot of answers—you need one. In an age where information is like water and everyone’s got a glass to share, finding the right answer can be a challenge. While low-code development platforms are a relatively new topic, as it grows, so do the number of voices who occupy it.Read More
You can use General Notifications for Apps to get notified when a record is added, edited, a comment is posted, a status is changed, or a file is imported. Learn how to configure this process below.Read More
The Kintone Store is Kintone's payment and account management portal. Inside the store you can change your domain name, set up site security, purchase Kintone, and view your billing history.Read More
If you’ve ever run a Google search on no-code or low-code platforms, you’ve probably run into a handful of industry-specific terms that had no accompanying definition. For those trying to learn about software platforms that cater to non-technical users, it’s not a very fitting welcome.Read More
Familiarize yourself with Portal Home so you can effectively navigate your Kintone platform. Here is an overview of the key sections and buttons you will see when you access Portal Home.Read More
One of the most important steps when creating an app is setting a Title Field.
The Title Field set will display in search results, notifications, record details, and when viewing a record list on a mobile device. By default, the Title Field is set as the Record Number. Since the Record Number is a unique field created by Kintone, I recommend changing it to something more identifiable so you and your team can recognize the record right away.Read More
With App Categories, you can easily organize your records into groups and subgroups.
Many Excel users are familiar with this scenario: you enter your data into a shared spreadsheet. You try to save it and receive a notice that the workbook is currently in use. You decide between closing out and losing all your input or saving a second-version of the file and promising yourself to go back and merge the data later. That never happens, and your team ends up with multiple copies of a spreadsheet, each one carrying a portion of the truth.Read More