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Flow scenario #1: Send a survey daily

This blog discusses the scenario where you might need to send a survey with the same set of questions on a daily basis. This could be automated very simply using Microsoft Flow. In case you are new to Flow or the Kaizala connector, suggest you read this post to get started.
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Kaizala extensibility and programmability overview

Kaizala is a mobile application that allows you to get work done within the context of a conversation and group using actions. While the application provides a whole lot of functionalities that allows small and medium businesses and enterprises to get work done, it also supports extensibility that allows you to integrate it to existing business processes and workflows.
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Securing API requests from Kaizala action

There are scenarios where you may want to query your service from within the Kaizala card. While the APIs to be queried are public (without any authentication), you can query them directly. But, in case you want to secure your APIs to make sure the calls are made by the particular user from within the Kaizala card alone – you use the Integration Service token. This post explains how you generate this token and subsequently validate this on the service side.
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Kaizala extensibility training available now on Microsoft Virtual Academy

Kaizala Extensibility training is now available as a course on Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) click here – which has the videos as well as the slides.
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Replying to a Kaizala message or action

In this post, I will introduce the replyToReferenceId property that enables you to reply to a message or action (attachment, custom card, image, etc.) on Kaizala group. This is required when you want to have a threaded conversation using API [or] bot scenario where you want to reply to a specific user query.
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Exploring Kaizala card view scenarios

In the Developing a custom action for Kaizala blog post, I introduced Kaizala custom actions – which has 4 views (creation view, chat card view, response view and results / summary view). In this post, I'll explore different scenarios where each of the views can be used for a different purpose. While this post intends to give you an idea of card view customization and not an exhaustive list! Your creativity can take you way beyond. ????
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Developing a custom action for Kaizala

Kaizala ships with many actions out of box allowing you to get work done within the context of a conversation or group. Few of them are surveys, quick poll, request location, announcement, etc. But there could be a case(s) where these are not sufficient for your business or requirements and you may want to build your own action. Kaizala platform allows you to extend the client side functionality through custom actions (or cards). There are 2 ways you can create a custom action:
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Flow scenario #5: Send a document to new member on joining group

In a Managed Hub and Spoke group (Public Group) created for any event, it is a common requirement to send a message / document to the member who joins the group. I have picked up a case where a member joining the group would be sent a brochure (document) on joining the group.
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Customer ticketing solution on Kaizala

In this post, I will be exploring on how to get a customer support ticket management system on Kaizala. Instead of sending multiple text messages to give an update on the ticket status, we could just have a rich card that provides the ticket status. And, when there is a change in status, the card could be updated to reflect the latest status.
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Flow scenario #4: Kaizala message merge from Excel

In this post, I will explore the scenario where you have an Excel file that has the content that needs to be sent in a particular format to a particular subscriber / user of a Kaizala public (hub and spoke) group.
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