Today’s Microsoft doesn’t really have much to do with yesterday’s Microsoft. Not only has it taken enormous steps towards previously unimaginable places, but since abandoning Windows Phone it has firmly embraced Android. This means that, for example, Microsoft Launcher is one of the highest regarded of its kind. And this is just the beginning.
Kaizala wants to be the WhatsApp for business.
Microsoft Kaizala is an interesting addition to the world of mobile applications and, in short, wants to be the definitive communications and work space. At the end of the day, it is still an instant messaging application like any other but oriented to the working environment and with the premise of being able to communicate with people inside and outside of the company.
An application with room for development
In Redmond, they can dress it up all they like, but the truth is that Microsoft Kaizala still isn’t very sure what it wants to be (at least, that’s the feeling you get from it). It’s not that the application doesn’t work or isn’t well made or anything like that; not at all. It is rather that you are not quite sure whether you’re dealing with a product oriented to the corporate world or with a Facebook Messenger clone, with all those secondary functionalities, like games.
These are the main features of Microsoft Kaizala:
- Personal and corporate communications management.
- Company alerts system.
- Send comments and create and respond to surveys and polls.
- Join public groups or create private groups.
- Built-in actions for quicker and more efficient management of workgroup and company actions.