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That is hard Cary. Changing the way people always do things is hard. I guess when kaizala becomes a tab in Teams, it will make our lives easier. But Kaizala is more user friendly for chat than Teams, as it is less complicated. In the end, it is whatever works for us :)
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Tony,Oh, I already knew the difference between the products but I think you've demonstrated my point exactly how overly complex (for non-techies especially) the products are and how they overlap in functionality. I have one 70+ year old user that has great difficulty with technology and trying to ex...
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Cary, let me give it a go and explain the differences: Groups are groups of users with common security and access rights. Every user is placed in a group and the best way to deploy O365 is by grouping users together If this was football, groups are the different teams. Nothing to do with chat or how...
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Our small Organization Team recently incorporate Kaizala into our work flow. We like it!We normally use Whatsapp for our group communication. Even with Kaizala, we still use WhatsApp for non-essential conversation. Kaizala still require very much development effort, to match WhatsApp User Experience...
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Ok, we now have distribution lists, Groups, Yammer, Teams, and now Kaizala for communication, and an individual phone app for each. I'm sorry, I'm not seeing the benefit of this over any of the other myriad ways of communicating. The hardest part about getting adoption, is not the wiz bang features,...
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