Good point. We are looking into this right now and working on a concept.
Yes, this is a quite basic feature that should get implemented. We are planning several improvements for the task app. Unfortunately, we don’t have a timeline, yet.
An imprint of a magazine shows detailled who is responsible for what. The coyo imprint shows anybody who is declared as admin. If you use user-groups for assigning admins there are displayed all user belonging to this group, which shows from time to time people who have nothing to do with the content of a workgroup. And they might be even displayed as first person in the imprint (if his surname starts with A).
anyhow... from my point of view coyo hasn´t really thought about this feature. and to be honest: cannot follow the argument that coyo becomes a configuration monster. a simple checkbox "show imprint" wouldn´t kill the settings of a user group.
An intern or a trainee can edit, but he is not responsible for the content.
Its the same discussion as with the event section in coyo. Somebody who edits the event page is not necessarily the organizer of the event.
And by the way: I really don´t understand why you introduce a feature like this without the possibilty to disable it.
Compare it like this: You don´t want to occur in the imprint of an online magazine, because you write articles from time to time.
An imprint means, that the persons mentioned in it are responsive for the whole content. We have many persons in workgroups who are admins, because they have to edit some parts of the workgroup. But they are not responsible for the whole content.
We are planning to improve the preview of Excel, Word and PowerPoint files in the context of our Office 365 integration
This issue is planned and we will start developing it as soon as we can free up resources for that task. Unfortunately there are a few other items with a higher priority on our table right now. We’ll keep you posted about the progress.
A practical workaround could be to mention at least the names of workspaces and pages, where the news are from.
Any news here? 10 month ago the idea was reported... :(
Regarding the private messages I think its ok. There is also the possibility to implement the app with push-notifications.
Regarding the overall solution there could be many ways. A possibility could also be to implement push-notifications not only for private messages in the app. But both should show the content or a preview of it.
When we decided for Coyo we were told that notifications in Coyo 4 will work like in Coyo 3. Now its different and this is not what we need.
The result in a typical dialogue:
User: "I have not seen this and this."
User: "I have switched off e-mail notifications. Useless."
"And browser notifications?"
User: "Getting on my nerves. Switched off."
Coyo works only if its always on. Please provide working notifications for user not being always on. Otherwise Coyo will fail in our company.
If a user has new notifications and opens coyo, he has make up to 4 different clicks:
- Klick in notifications
- Klick in Activities
- Klick in the pinnwand
- Klick in private chat
Thats too much and we are often asked if this couldn´t be improved. In my opinion coyo notofications are working, but not very well.
Coyo promises to replace mail, but it doesn´t. For example: Native app notifications are only send for private chat messages. Nearly all user deactivate browser notifications. So the only way to be informed is mail. And the mail, I agree to Susanne, gives not enough informations.
To Sven: The goal is not to open Coyo. The goal is, that the users are informed.
This feature has been deprioritized in our roadmap.
Unfortunately, we need to postpone this feature further to speed up the development of our Office365 integration. However, we understand that a lot of users demand this and the topic has a high priority. We have therefore kept the item on our immediate roadmap.
This feature is also really important for us. We still have a lot of discussions and we will have a lot of discussion work more to do, why this feature is still not available in Coyo. It was promised for 2017. So please realize it in Q3 :)
Also from us: People really don´t like it. The result is, that they are not going to klick on whats-new-emails. They unsubscribe or delete the mails immediately.
any news here?
At least adding the possibility to enter line breaks would help. Its nearly impossible to enter a basic description, which could be read easily. Try to enter a basic description and opening hours which are different for each day...
I could upload a screenshot but I did not find a possibility here.
Agreed. A page of 5 is too small for this list. I don’t think it would be a good idea to display all remaining pages and workspaces (since we have customers with a lot of workspaces). We are planning on increase the page size though and we are rethinking the sorting of that list as well.
Additionally please make configurable, what is shown in the widget:
pages and workspaces or only one of it
we faded out pages by css
Yep, we are going to fix that soon!
It would be great if the pages could be also sorted individually.
I agree. We’ll try to consider this in one of the next releases!
And actually there is still no possibility to edit the organiser after creating the event. Editing the organiser is only possible by deleting the event and create a new one.
Just to clarify the use case: There is a page or workspace with many apps. So, the navigations on left side gets quite long and the user has to scroll down. If the user clicks on another app the content changes but the user can’t see it, since he scrolled all the way down. Did I get this right?
We are planning on providing an option to restrict the visibility of an event to the invited users (when creating an event). Would that solve your problem?
To make the calendar a really useful tool it should provide at least two views:
1. Display the calendar of a workspace inside a workspace
2. Display the users calendar, which means a calendar where he is able to see all his entries summarizing the calendars of the workspaces he is part of.