Fetching like/comment details and posting comments on actions

Many times, we would want to track virality or post comments for a particular action, listing some of them below: When we have sent out an announcement and we want to track the virality of the announcement daily through API, meaning how many people have liked/commented on the post and what are the comments.When someone … Continue reading Fetching like/comment details and posting comments on actions

Auto Fill User Details using Kaizala

In this post, we will talk about how we can access group and user user details of the current logged in user in a custom action card. This can be useful to autofill user details like phone number, user name etc. already known by Kaizala. This prevents the user from manually taking the effort to type in these details.  Extracting group and Kaizala user details  Profile … Continue reading Auto Fill User Details using Kaizala

Fetch and Update attributes in Kaizala Tenant User List

There has been asks around how user can configure their details in the Kaizala open directory. In this post, we are going to discuss the Kaizala Open directory, which is also known as the tenant user list. Kaizala open directory has a set of attributes at user level like user display name, phone number, email … Continue reading Fetch and Update attributes in Kaizala Tenant User List

Using Azure Function to Store data from Kaizala webhooks

In this post, we will go through an example of storing data from Kaizala in Azure Table Storage. If you are not familiar with Kaizala webhooks, please read this post for an introduction. This post has been classified broadly into these sections: Azure Function to handle Kaizala webhook dataRegistering a webhookTesting out Azure Function to … Continue reading Using Azure Function to Store data from Kaizala webhooks

Replying to a Kaizala message or action

In this post, I will be introducing the┬áreplyToReferenceId property that enables you to reply to a message / 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. For this … Continue reading Replying to a Kaizala message or action