Kaizala – a safe and secure way to stay connected

Kaizala (KAY-zah-lah), a Marathi word meaning ‘What’s Happening’ , is positioned to be the next big thing in the world of chat apps. With Privacy and User data security being the focal point of how chat apps are being evaluated worldwide, Kaizala provides a benchmark.

Kaizala hit the bullseye when it comes to data security and privacy. For Kaizala, customer is the owner of the data. Neither it is used for any advertising by Microsoft, nor is it shared with any third parties. It can be used by enterprises and non-enterprises alike as it follows M365 data handling standards. Kaizala comes with unique user-privacy controls, where user can see what kind of data is getting collected with an option to even purge the data.

Kaizala’s privacy story is backed by a substantial number of interesting features currently absent in compete apps, like

  • Broadcast groups with more than million subscribers
  • Action cards like Polls and Surveys
  • Quiz and Training cards
  • Games like Tetris, Tic Tac Toe, Chess, Tambola, etc
  • Public groups by communities

The above features are available for free. You just need to download the app and sign in using valid mobile number.  

While this suffices a consumer looking to stay connected with friends and family, enterprises can opt for a paid license and use additional features like the Kaizala Management Portal, Edit Group Policies and create Custom Workflow integrations like Leave management and Ticketing Systems. Tenants can mandate M365 sign-in to organizational groups. Media shared in organizational groups are not stored on device, and once a user is removed from an organizational group, his/her chat history is purged.

Download the Kaizala app now from Play Store for Android and App Store for iOS.

If you have any questions about Kaizala, please add a comment below or get in touch via kaizaladev@microsoft.com.

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4 thoughts on “Kaizala – a safe and secure way to stay connected

  1. Isn’t this an old advertisement article? Didn’t Microsoft stop any effort here as they are integrating it to Microsoft Teams? So it thought there was no future for Kaizala anymore…? Do you have any proof this is NOT the case?

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    1. Isn’t this an old advertisement article? Didn’t Microsoft stop any effort here as they are integrating it to Microsoft Teams? So it thought there was no future for Kaizala anymore…? Do you have any proof this is NOT the case? FYI, I also found back the article saying: “Future development:
      Microsoft Kaizala will be integrated with its Teams collaboration platform in June-December 2020, according to Microsoft’s blog post in June 2019. This integration is part of a larger plan to appeal to the “first-line workers” like retail, healthcare and service employees.”

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  2. Kaizala as a platform has got everything right – it’s user friendly, it’s secure, it’s flexible enough to implement custom Business Actions. The only issue with Kaizala is – Lack of clarity about it’s future. Whether Kaizala Service Platform will be phased out in favor of MS Teams. It’s high time that MS should cast a word about it’s future to clear the air.

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