Using Ziik as a launchpad to your other applications

Ziik has a built-in feature where you can set-up quicklinks to help your Users easy accessing your other commonly used applications.

About Quicklinks 

You can create quicklinks in Ziik for your users to make it easy for everybody to access commonly used web services and applications. A quicklink is an URL to a browser or a mobile device. Quicklinks can be applied at all levels in your organisation and assigned to individual user roles steered by the User Type. 

Quicklinks

Creating Quicklinks for browser

Go to Quicklinks in the menu.

  1. Press "Create Quicklink"
  2. Give your Quicklink a Title
  3. Insert the URL for the webpage you want to link to
  4. Decide who should see the Quicklink by selecting Units and User types.
  5. Select "Browser" and Save

Quicklink-browser

Creating Quicklinks for iOS

Go to Quicklinks in the menu.

  1. Press "Create Quicklink"
  2. Give your Quicklink a Title
  3. Insert the URL for the iOS App that you want to open with Ziik.
  4. Decide who should see the Quicklink by selecting Units and User types.
  5. Select "iOS" and Save

Note that the Quicklink is visible in iOS only.
 

About iOS URL Links - You will need to ask the iOS App provider for their URL Scheme. If they don't have a built in URL scheme you should ask them to make one and indicate what pages in the App you wish to open from Ziik. 

 

Creating Quicklinks for Android

Go to Quicklinks in the menu.

  1. Press "Create Quicklink"
  2. Give your Quicklink a Title
  3. Insert the URL for the Android App that you want to open with Ziik.
  4. Decide who should see the Quicklink by selecting Units and User types.
  5. Select "Android" and Save

Note that the Quicklink is visible in Android only.


How about Signing In? 

Quicklinks in Ziik send your Users direct to your other applications. Each application is responsible for the Signing In and Authentication of your Users. However modern applications have a built in feature that memorise users sign-in credentials, which means that users are automitically signed in to commonly used applications.