Being a SAAS BI offering, Zoho Reports provides many advantages when it comes to collaboration. Instead of emailing spreadsheets around, data and reports can be shared online and can be accessed from anywhere, anytime from a browser.
Zoho Reports provides many fine-grained options too, of what a shared user can/cannot do with the data/reports
shared – like read only access, exporting of data, viewing the underlying data etc. Not just that, you can also provide permissions for your colleagues to upload/add data and to analyze & develop the reports shared, thus enabling true collaborative analysis. Below, we explain how to go about with the different collaboration options available in Zoho Reports.
The first slide show explains the various ‘Sharing’ options available in Zoho Reports.
And the second slide show explains the ‘Publishing’ options.
Hope you liked the powerful collaboration options available in Zoho Reports. Try them out and do mail your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can access Zoho Mail on any mobile device from http://mobile.zoho.com, if you have a decent browser. But if you prefer using the local email client on your mobile device, you can fetch mails from Zoho Mail through POP or IMAP. We recently introduced IMAP support in Zoho Mail and today I want to expand on how to configure this on iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch.
Before you can configure your mobile email client, you first need to enable POP/IMAP access for your email account. To do this, go to Email Settings > Personalize > Email forwarding and POP/IMAP and enable either POP or IMAP. Here are the instructions for POP and IMAP.
Once you enable IMAP, you can now follow these instructions on your iPhone to receive/send emails.
Go to Settings App > Mail, Contacts, Calendars >Choose ‘Add Account’ and ‘Other’ option.
In the next screen, choose ‘Add Mail Account’ and provide the details like Name, email address (email@example.com), your Zoho password and a description of your account.
In the next screen provide Incoming Mail Server (imap.zoho.com) and Outgoing Mail Server (smtp.zoho.com)
Once the details are verified, you should be all set. You can now open the mail app to fetch emails from Zoho Mail. In case of IMAP, mails read on your mail client will be marked as read on Zoho Mail client as well.
Configuration instructions are similar for iPad as well. In case you need additional details to configure IMAP, here we go.
Incoming Port: 993
Outgoing Port: 465
Outgoing Mail Server Requires Authentication: Yes
Hope this helps. If you face any issues, please let us know.
You can also define your own rules that will enable you to organize the bugs and perform actions such as changing the severity, priority, module and assigning the issue to a user when there is a change in the bug status.
We offer several ways for the team to track all the bugs related to a project. The Bugs list offers at-a-glance view of the bugs that have been recently opened, and offers multiple filtering options (by status, owner, severity, etc). Keeping track of the actions for each bug is easy in the History section, which shows what changes each bug has gone through, by whom and when. Of course, the Bug Tracking module also allows you to find the issue you are looking for with advanced search options.
A flexible workflow pattern lets you define your own workflow, for example, when to get notifications, what the different status for a bug can be, etc. You can define custom workflows for different departments, groups, projects and even specific bug types. In addition, you can change the default workflow as per your project requirements.
No, Zoho Projects will not fix the bug for you… you still need to reproduce and debug by yourself. But it will make that process a LOT easier. By using all the tools that Zoho Projects has to offer, such as the built-in chat, discussion forums, Project Stream and more, your team can easily collaborate and find a solution for all the existing bugs. Other Zoho tools, such as Zoho Assist (that allows for screen sharing and remote control), take that one step further.
We invite you to learn more about what our new bug tracking functionality has to offer. And to celebrate the addition of this new major piece to Zoho Projects, we are running a limited-time special promotion: you can get unlimited projects, including the new bug tracking module for less than $60/month (With an annual subscription. It actually comes down to $58.28/mo, but… who’s counting?). And no, that is not per user. That is total, for an unlimited number of users. Sounds crazy? I’ll tell you what’s crazier than that: not to sign-up!
We are happy to announce Zoho Recruit’s Application Programming Interface (API) to all our partners, customers and developers. Now you can push or pull data into or from Zoho Recruit modules. You can now integrate with any Zoho services, third party applications, portals or websites. Your application can be in any of the programming languages like Java, Python, ASP, etc.
Some of the scenarios for which you can leverage Zoho Recruit’s API :
- Integrate with your HR systems
- Create candidate/client portals in your web-application
- Publish job openings in any custom formats
- Listing job openings based on industry, location, etc.
- Categorize the job openings based on custom status
Winston Taylor, an IT recruitment services and consultancy, recently had a need to show the current job openings in their homepage in a customized format. Using our API, they integrated Zoho Recruit‘s job openings module in their website, which allowed them to display their job openings in a customized way.
Try our API and share your feedback with us.
Stay tuned for more exciting features!
Note: We have a limitation of images not showing up in wpd files. We are trying to support this.
With this update, you will also notice formatting improvements and faster upload time for docx, doc and rtf file formats.
Give Zoho Viewer a try and send us your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it on our discussion forum. We are working on a much improved PDF viewer as well. Stay tuned.