Microsoft Kaizala

A simple and secure mobile chat app for work

#5 Product of the DayApril 07, 2019
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Microsoft Kaizala is a phone-number based, simple, and secure mobile chat app that enables you to connect and coordinate work across your network – your organization, vendors, partners, suppliers, and customers.
Reviews
  • Lorenzo Setale
    Lorenzo SetaleSoftware Developer
    Pros: 

    None so far

    Cons: 

    Another rebrand of an existing product by Microsoft, another clone, yet something for old enterprise that thinks that Slack is for Hipsters.

    Trying this is a pure waste of time.

    Lorenzo Setale has used this product for one week.
  • Pros: 

    Free app with good enterprise features.

    Cons: 

    getting users to install wasnt very easy

    Used this for sales team

    Ramesh Maruthupandiyan has used this product for one year.
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Prathamesh Sarang
Prathamesh Sarang@prathamesh_sarang
Is the app name derived from "Kai Jhala?" (Marathi)? The English translation for "Kai Jhala" means "What Happened", very much what the app does I guess
Hitarth Sheth
Hitarth Sheth@creativehitarth · 15. Founder, Buddhimaan -VR in School!😎
@prathamesh_sarang haha, seems like!
Akshay Sarma
Akshay Sarma@akshay_sarma · A UX designer wandering in Jaipur
@prathamesh_sarang Exactly what i thought 😄
Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community + Social at Product Hunt
Interesting to see Microsoft target Asian markets with a hybrid of Slack and WhatsApp business 💼💬
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@amrith how does this specifically target Asian markets?
Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community + Social at Product Hunt
@anna_0x since this is mobile-first I think they're doubling down on focusing on India and Asia mainly. Lot of major Indian companies and even the railway authorities are adapting this: https://news.microsoft.com/en-in...
Trevin Chow
Trevin Chow@trevin · VP of Product @ Tally
@amrith @anna_0x Looking at the URL, it's in the "en-in" market (India). If you change the URL to "en-us" to see it in their US geo, it's not there. So definitely looks like a product targeted for specific regions, at least India if not more broadly the Asian market.
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@trevin oops, nice catch. I didn't even notice that (mobile browser)!
Anna Filou
Anna Filou@anna_0x · Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@amrith I see, thanks for the link!
Amokrane Tamine
Amokrane Tamine@amokrane_tamine · Marketing Student
Interesting to see how Microsoft will position this is product compared to what they already have (Teams, Group Me...). This looks like a WeChat/Telegram competitor.
Sergio Bernal
Sergio Bernal@sergiobernal
That's the Microsoft's UX UI level? Very disappointing.
Sohail Iqbal
Sohail Iqbal@ch3ckmat3 · IT System Architect
Is that you Telegram?