Enable or disable Kaizala Pro for your organization
Microsoft Kaizala Pro is now commercially available in 28 countries. If your organization is in one of these 28 countries, Kaizala Pro is enabled by default for your organization. For all organizations that are not in one of these countries, Kaizala Pro is disabled by default. The Office 365 administrator can choose to enable or disable Kaizala Pro regardless of the default state.
The Office 365 administrator can control whether the members of their organization can use Office 365 to log in to the Kaizala app and the Kaizala management portal.
Enabling Kaizala Pro allows your organization users to:
- Log in to the Kaizala app to search for other employees from AAD and access groups with enhanced security.
- Log in to the Kaizala management portal to access reports, create actions, create connectors, and so on.
To enable or disable Kaizala Pro
- In the Kaizala management portal, sign in using your Office 365 account, and then go to the Settings page to view whether Kaizala Pro is in an enabled or disabled state and to modify the state if needed.
- Skip the prompt to add phone number (when no phone numbers are mapped already) by closing the pop up window.
- The Microsoft Kaizala for your Organization section provides an option to toggle the current setting. Select the Disable button and provide confirmation on the pop-up window to disable Kaizala Pro for the account. Use the same procedure to enable Kaizala Pro.
Only the Office 365 administrator can enable or disable Kaizala Pro.
When Kaizala Pro is disabled, users will see the following messages.
|Management portal||Office 365 admin|
|Management portal||Other users|
|Mobile app||All users||
(Note: The message displayed varies depending on the version of the app.)
Once disabled, users in the organization will no longer be able to sign in using Office 365 on the Kaizala app or the Kaizala management portal. However, users can continue to use the Kaizala app for their personal use (without signing in to their work account).
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