We want to support remote teams as much as we can at Kosy, so collaborative apps are an important feature to help with that.
You need to be seated at a conversation zone to access our apps. This can be at a large table, a 1-1 seat or a stand-up rug.

We currently support following apps:
Google Drive, Miro, Figma and Whiteboard.

To access our apps, hover over the "monitor" icon in the media controller and select "Launch an app" from the menu.

This will open the Apps screen, where you can select Collaboration, here you can choose which app you would like to use.


Google Drive


With the Google Drive app, you can share google docs and sheets documents with your colleagues, and work on it together as a team.

There are a couple of things you need to keep in mind when using Google Drive with Kosy.

  • Everyone needs to be logged in to a Google account to be able to view and edit the files

  • Rules of privacy still apply, so the document needs to be shared with the other accounts for them to be able to see and edit it.


Miro

With the Miro app, you can share Miro boards with your colleagues, and work on them together as a team.

Please note that for everyone to be able to see and edit the Miro board, everyone needs to be logged into a Miro account.


Figma

With the Figma app, you can share Figma boards with your colleagues, and work on them together as a team.

Please note that for everyone to be able to see and edit the Figma board, everyone needs to be logged into a Figma account.


To use the Whiteboard app on Kosy, simply select it in the menu and it should open up on the Kosy table.

  • Each Whiteboard is bound to a table

  • The Whiteboard will automatically save changes, even after you close it. It is perfectly possible to leave notes on the whiteboard and come back to them later.

  • You do not need to log in to an account to use the whiteboard;

If you run into any troubles while using our collaboration apps, please let us know at support@kosyoffice.com - our support team will get back to you quickly!

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