Table of Contents
- Stack activities
- Mute activities
- Technical API documentation
Would you like to integrate external information in your Activity Feed? Curious? Keep on reading!
You can now use the Workspace 365 Activity Feed to enable a task-based approach to working. It is now possible to connect countless of applications to your Activity Feed. You can use our Activity Feed API to display external information, tasks and notifications within your Workspace.
Connect countless of applications to Workspace 365
It is possible to connect citizen integrator tools such as Zapier, IFTT or ERP, project management, CRM systems and applications like Excel or Google Sheets, Slack, Microsoft Teams, Trello, Airtable, ActiveCampaign, Asana, Monday, Salesforce, and thousands more to the Workspace 365 Activity Feed API.
It is relatively easy to setup for people who are slightly tech-savvy. This allows you to enable citizen developers and integrators within your organization to use the Activity Feed API to further improve your digital employee experience within the Workspace.
For example, you could connect your HR system and set it up in such a way that whenever someone requests time off, their team manager gets a notification in their Activity Feed. With one click they can immediately open their HR system to approve or reject the request.
You can perform actions within the Activity Feed, such as accepting or declining an activity, making the possibilities of activities in the Activity Feed endless. You can also stack activities in the Activity Feed to give you a better overview of all your activities. The stacks are very similar to a regular activity, but when you click on it, all other activities from that specific category will appear. This way, you can view all activities from one category at once and have a clear overview of old and new activities.
We have stacks for categories like 'documents', 'emails', 'announcements', 'maintenance' and 'available apps'. In case of multiple activities in one stack, you can click on the drop-down menu (click "more") to view all items in one stack. You can sort these activities by tag, e.g. "Emails" or "Shared items". Click on the bin icon or the three dots to delete all items at once.
You can mute activities in the Activity Feed by clicking in the three dots and choose "Mute". A notification will pop up after muting an activity.
For instance, you can unmute email activities at the end of the day to show all activities created on that same day.
You can access the Activity Feed settings by clicking on the gear icon. Here, you can manage muted activities per tag (this also includes the custom tags).
Technical API documentation
We have created technical documentation about the endpoints of the Activity Feed which you can find here.