We don’t push any automatic updates of the mobile apps, but some users can have settings to automatically update when there is a new version of an app. If you’re an Android, iPhone or iPad is automatically updating apps without your permission, there’s a way you can disable that from happening again, and here’s how to […]
Upload photos, videos or audio
You can directly attach videos or images from the gallery on your device or capture an image/video with your camera and attach the same to any new updates or comments by launching MangoApps on your iPhone or iPad.
Additionally, you can also record an audio and share the same with your followers or teams.
Check out this video for steps;
Upload other files […]
MangoApps on Android asks for permission to your device’s contact list in order to easily let you choose potential MangoApps colleagues’ email addresses from your Android device’s contact list.
Contacts with email addresses will be suggested with a checkbox next to their name. Checking their checkbox and clicking “Next” shows how many contacts from your device […]
This article covers:
Push Notifications for iOS devices such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
Snoozing Push Notifications
iOS: iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
To enable IM APNS notifications:
Login into MangoApps iOS app
Tap on the “Settings” menu from the LHS and
Navigate to “Notifications > Notification Types” and turn ON the available list of options.
To stop IM APNS notifications:
Login into […]
The “Open In” feature can now be used with MangoApps for better file management while you’re away from your PC. Here are a few scenarios that you can use:
Use “Open In” to download files from DropBox to attach to a MangoApps compose box.
Upload files in MangoApps to another application on your iOS device.
Download files from […]
There are a few feedback and sharing options for mobile apps including:
Tell a Friend
Rate the application
For Android and iOS mobile applications, choose “Settings” from the main menu then click on “Send Feedback” ( “Share / Feedback” on Android ). The email will automatically put some information about your device such as our OS […]
What is the general flow on iOS and Android?
Project (Team) Tasks:
Click on “Projects” from the sidebar menu.
Choose your Project from the project list.
Click the button on the top right and select “Tasks” tab
On the top of the Tasks, choose any of the bins to show the list of tasks in that bin
Project Tasks view on […]
The feature list of the MangoApps Mobile apps (iOS and Android) is growing, and currently have below features:
Your profile information
Your MangoApps feeds.
MangoApps 1-to-1 or 1-to-many communication that replaces email.
Real-time instant messaging to 1 or more colleagues.
Your Intranet’s Company News Posts and Pages.
Department teams in MangoApps.
Project teams in MangoApps.
Group teams in MangoApps.
Project and Personal […]
There are native MangoApps mobile applications for the following devices:
iPhone / iPod / iPad
Other devices can sometimes use the mobile web browser to log in to the standard MangoApps Web Application.
Your MangoApps domain will remain secure as users connect via their mobile devices. Mobile device management can be customized by the MangoApps Domain Administrator. To configure the settings for mobile security navigate to “Security” from the admin portal.
What mobile devices can be allowed or disallowed access?
All mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone […]
C2DM for the Android Mobile Client is “Cloud to Device Messaging”, a lightweight mechanism to tell your Android device running MangoApps that there’s content available on the MangoApps server. Some characteristics of C2DM are:
MangoApps does not need to be running to receive C2DM messages.
C2DM uses the existing Google account associated with your Android device.
Your device […]
To manage Mobile Security Features, navigate to the Admin Portal then choose “Security” from the left navigation -> “Mobile Access” from secondary navigation.
MangoApps Administrators can configure and manage the following features in MangoApps:
Independently configure whether the following device types can connect with the MangoApps server: iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone
Each user that […]
MangoApps has been released as native mobile clients for Apple iPad & iPhone and Android devices. Logging in to a mobile client is similar to logging in to the MangoApps desktop or web client. There are 3 requirements for login:
MangoApps Domain Server URL
Your company’s name is “Demo” and your company created http://demo.mangospring.com as […]
All the MangoApps clients are available for download within your organization’s domain. Just log in using the Web Client and click on the “Downloads” feature.
You’ll find the downloads for the following applications under the “Downloads” link.