Every morning at 8:00, campaign emails will be automatically sent to the lead 1 day, 5 days, and 10 days after requesting materials. The administrator sets the subject and body of the email in the Day later email basic information connected to the timer start event. In addition, the destination of the mail is extracted from the application and data items set in “Send list extraction”.
Collects suggestions of topics for articles from internal. Employees posts idea, the editor will receive them. Posting can be made by emails as well. The editor is able to make comments on the idea, and consult with others. The comments made by the editor on an idea will be notified by an email to the suggester.
The seminar application information in the kintone application will be automatically deleted. When a request is made to delete seminar application information from the public form, a deletion confirmation email will be sent to the applicant. When the applicant processes the deletion confirmation form in the email, the seminar application information registered in kintone (belonging to the applicant) will be automatically deleted.
A new feature has been added to the Seminar Registration 2 application. Seminar participants will now be able to answer questionnaires. After the seminar an e-mail will be sent to the seminar participants requesting them to answer the questionnaire, and they can access the URL written in the e-mail to answer the questionnaire. The seminar operator can check the status of the survey responses on a graphical screen.
Based on the original scenario, a manga is produced through the stages of rough-sketch, draft, and finish. At each stage, the cartoonist creates the deliverables and the requester confirms it. The status of production is recorded each time it moves the Steps. Not only manga, but it can also be diverted to various production flow.
A draft of a blog post is registered, proofread and posted. Upon a draft being registered at the Step of [1. Write Draft], it notifies to relevant people by email. When a publishing staff proofs the draft and posts (schedules) it on the Website, an email notification will be sent to the entire company. The publishing staff can request rewriting or correction (by sending back) or reject (discard) the draft.