Category: Scheduler

How To: Manage Classes and Attendance on Salesforce with Isimio

You don’t have to be in the education sector to conduct classes. Whether you’re a nonprofit providing education to those in need, a company with an internal training programme, or send experts to client sites, keeping track of class schedules and attendance on the Salesforce platform can grant you operational and analytic tools that your…
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9th February 2020 0

How To: Track Company Holidays with Isimio

Isimio is a generic scheduling tool for the Salesforce platform, capable of scheduling many different types of data. In this guide, we will create a basic model to create and track annual leave and other absences at your company. Here is how to try it out yourself! Installing Isimio If you do not already use…
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24th January 2020 0

Week Scheduling & Multi-Groups coming to Isimio

Isimio users receive new features on a regular basis, and at no additional cost. This month we are excited to bring some groundbreaking new additions our app! Despite being the most advanced scheduling tool on the Salesforce platform, there is always room to do more. Weekly Scheduling View Joining the existing roster of Daily, GANTT,…
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8th November 2019 0
Isimio logo inside lightning ball

Isimio gets LWC upgrade and brand new Calendar view

Earlier this year, Salesforce released a new development model called Lightning Web Components, or LWC for short. By replacing the Aura framework, Salesforce promises to provide more stable, faster, and standards-compliant development. How could we possibly pass on these benefits for the most advanced Salesforce scheduler? So we are happy to announce subsequent versions of…
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10th August 2019 0

We Have Launched!

We’re very happy to announce that Isimio is now officially available on the Salesforce AppExchange! If you’ve been wondering what has been keeping us quiet for the last several weeks, it’s because we’ve been powering through Salesforce’ Security Review. In fact, we’ve done so in an incredible time of 28 days! Since then, our eagle-eyed…
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27th June 2019 0

Add Value to Your Salesforce Applications with Isimio

Are you a Salesforce ISV with its own app?Did you know Isimio is built to work with partners without any complicated integrations?Read on, and let’s build something amazing together! If you have an application that works with date-related information, then you have probably considered utilising a scheduling tool in your offering. If that seems like…
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23rd April 2019 0

Does this new view make me look vertical?

Isimio’s goal is to support as many scheduling use-cases. We started with swimlanes, proceeded to GANTT, and now we would like to introduce our new Vertical View! As we hear more from the wonderful Salesforce community, more ideas and requests make it onto our development list. Recently, one such request had us changing our frame…
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29th March 2019 0

Big Data? Meet Big Performance

Image by Edwin van Buuringen When it comes to Salesforce applications, performance is a key factor in providing a positive user experience. With every added feature (and especially for those users with larger amounts of data) applications normally sacrifice performance for the sake of features. But Isimio isn’t “normal”, is it? We are excited to…
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22nd February 2019 0

Isimio Updates: 06/02/2019

A whole 8 days since we published an update might seem very long – but we’re still pushing ahead at full speed! We regularly gather feedback from our userbase, it’s what guides us. The recent weeks’ feedback has been instrumental as ever in directing how the product develops. So thanks to it, we have the…
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6th February 2019 0

Isimio Updates: 29/01/19

One of the things that keeps us busiest is listening to user feedback. We don’t want to be one of those companies that make promises and never deliver (if they even make a promise at all). This is one of the reasons we’ve selected Salesforce to be our platform: each organization can update at their…
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29th January 2019 0