More cool features in Zoho Show

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Zoho Show 2.0, launched last December added lots of new features including shapes, symbols, clipart, enhanced themes, revamped UI etc. Today’s update includes,

  • Chinese & Japanese UI support : Your browser’s language setting is taken by default. And you can change it to by clicking on the ‘Language’ link at the top of Zoho Show’s homepage. UI in more languages are in the works and coming soon
  • Enhanced Color Chooser dialog : Lets you choose color gradients more easily. We wanted to keep the user experience across Zoho services uniform and the new color picker borrows heavily from the Zoho Notebook one
  • Opera support : In addition to Firefox & Internet Explorer, Opera is now supported as well
  • Wrapping of text inside Shapes : You can now wrap multiple lines of text inside Shapes

Test drive the latest Zoho Show and as always, we will be glad hearing your feedback!

Add Footnotes & Endnotes to your Zoho Writer Documents

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Zoho Writer now supports footnotes & endnotes, two much asked for functionalities by our users (students, teachers & researchers in particular). The below slideshow shows the details of footnotes & endnotes in Zoho Writer.

Other than the footnotes & endnotes being visible during print (use the ‘Print Using PDF’ option), they get transferred when exported as Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) files as well. Support for .odt to come in the upcoming update.

Try the new foot/endnotes in Zoho Writer and we will be glad hearing your feedback.

ps : The foot/endnotes extend the pagination and header/footer support which got added a couple of months back.

Zoho @ ShowStoppers, CES 2008

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Just before winning the Best Enterprise Start-up at the Crunchies 2007, Zoho won another accolade. PCWorld recognized Zoho Notebook as one of the Most Innovative Products of 2007. Sridhar & Raju received the award at the recently concluded ShowStoppers event @ CES 2008, Las Vegas.

Rick Castellini has a nice post of his visit to the Zoho table at CES. Thanks Rick for the post and the photo below.

Thanks to all our users for the continuous encouragement and support! It is you who keep us going!!

Logging to ZohoCRM from http://zoho.com

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Some of you would have tried to unsuccessfully login to Zoho CRM by giving your credentials at the http://zoho.com url. You are unable to login because Zoho CRM still does not support SSO (Single Sign On). 

Kindly use the http://zohocrm.com url to sign in to your Zoho CRM account.

In the meantime, we are working on providing an alternate solution.

Thank You

How to send and receive mass mails using Zoho CRM

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How to send and receive mass mails using Zoho CRM?

Let me clear the air with some facts that one has to live with today while using Zoho CRM :-

  • One can send mass mails ONLY if one is a paid user with Zoho CRM.
  • One can send 250 mails/day ONLY using the mass mail feature in ONE day as of now (Think of mass mail as a 1-shot use tool to be used once a day. You can break the 250 into 100+100+50 or any other permutation that you want)
  • One can send unlimited number of mails if mails are being sent individually ie without using the mass-mail feature.

Okay, the air is cleared now. What next ?

Zoho CRM cannot receive emails as of now. So how to address this problem? Hmmm.

There is a work-around for this!

  1. Assume that you have logged in as joeblogs@joeblogs.com and using mass-mail feature have sent 200 emails. Please note, the from address will be set as joeblogs@joeblogs.com. Configure your Outlook Mail Client to receive the responses to those 200 emails sent with the from as joeblogs@joeblogs.com id .
  2. Now login to Zoho CRM Server. Download the Outlook Plugin from Setup –> Personal Settings –> Outlook Edition.
  3. Go to Setup –> Subscription Manager –> Users Activation and enable the Plugin for the account joeblogs@joeblogs.com.
  4. Next install the Outlook Plugin into your Outlook Mail Client.   Now you are set to work with the Outlook Plugin!
  5. Go to the Outlook Mail Client and invoke the Plugin and login with joeblogs@joeblogs.com id. Now you can synchronize the Tasks, Events and Emails from Outlook to Zoho CRM and vice-versa.

Note:- It is preferable to sync mails 1-by-1 since you may experience performance problems otherwise.

More info available at http://www.zoho.com/crm/outlook-edition.html

Zoho Blogs & Forums in maintenance mode

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This blog and all of Zoho services’ forums are being migrated to a newer infrastructure over the next 2 days. And so, the connection to blogs/forums is going to be patchy during the weekend. We regret the inconvenience this may cause.

Subscribing to the forums, blog feed should make things a little better.

UPDATE : ToonDoo, our frivolous little sister, will be down during this time too.

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