TDD of G Suite Add Ons using TypeScript: It is in our best interest to make the functionality available quickly and easily to the average consumer. Google G Suite provides add-ons, especially for this purpose. Users can just go ahead and install them, and the add-ons can decide where within G Suite they want to add extra buttons, which then perform the desired function.
Over at No Cabin Fever Today, our own Adil Nasri gave a great talk on how your HR department can carry out employee onboarding with Linchpin.
The full-service digital agency Namics with offices in Germany, Switzerland, and Serbia has made it their mission to use tailor-made solutions to accompany their clients in transformations for the digital future. Internally, Namics now uses the cloud-based, location-independent office solution, Google G Suite. Since its introduction, complicated data searches have become a thing of the past and collaboration from anywhere order of the day. This interview looks at their experiences so far.
The larger the company, the more complex and multifaceted its structure becomes. Thanks to software solutions such as Scrum or Kanban, we can now scale planning and management processes, but they no longer cut it if you want to implement a comprehensive approach for all of your teams. Introducing: Agile Hive, our own SAFe with Atlassian tools, which made us a certified Scaled Agile Platform Partner and was developed together with our partner, KEGON.
The current situation leads us to look into new forms of collaboration. How does teamwork work when the team members aren’t all in one place? What can support smooth collaboration, and what are the most important factors?
As someone who works from home in general, I have gained a wide range of insight into this over the last few years. However, it’s something completely different when suddenly an entire company is forced into remote work overnight. I previously shared a general overview of the measures we took in the first post I wrote on the subject. Now I’d like to expand upon that.
On the 23rd of April, Alisa Tietz & Max Boos presented their home office survival guide over No Cabin Fever Today. Alisa spoke on how to get the best out of your Confluence with our Linchpin Intranet. Learn about the most useful features to personalize your company’s intranet so that you get the tailored experience that you will love to use! Max shows you how to use Google G Suite to organize and collaborate in your teams in a remote setting. Make appointments, hold video conferences, and share documents easily and quickly.
With the outbreak of the Coronavirus crisis, teams were suddenly forced to start working from home. This resulted in all their usual team structures to be turned upside down. Lots of teams experienced how their teamwork and personal work organization changed entirely within just a few short days.
Over the last ten weeks, our Linchpin development team didn’t just work on a new version of the Linchpin Intranet …
The last version of Linchpin Intranet Suite was released just a few weeks ago with several useful and exciting new features. Version 3.1 brought you a fresh, new look for user profiles as well as additional filter options in the user directory. Our development teams also created a practical theme wizard to customize the system’s appearance and renewed the mobile app’s technical foundations. But Linchpin’s ongoing development hasn’t been halted by new home office constellations in the time of Coronavirus. Here, we take a look at the improvements planned for the next release.
The Corona crisis is omnipresent right now, and we are also experiencing it first-hand, too. Luckily, we have the experience and resources to continue our collaborations remotely with useful and productive replacements for in-person meetings (temporarily or perhaps permanently). There’s no need for our collaboration and coordination to suffer – quite the opposite!