The Corteza Community Server always runs the latest version of Corteza. Each user has access to the complete solution, with Messaging, CRM, the Low Code platform and the Application Ecosystem. When you log in for the first time (just after signing up), you enter Corteza Messaging. This is when the fun starts.
Corteza Messaging opens by default and allows you to interact with other Corteza community members in public channels or with direct messages. You can richly format your messages, add images, files, emoticons, reactions, reply in threads, edit or delete your messages and a lot more.
To enter public channels hit the “Browse channels” button. This shows the channel popup, which gives you the option to enter any public channel. We recommend you to enter the first 6 channels, because these are the most active ones.
List of public channels
The complete list of public channels (as of July 5th, 2019) is:
Here you can introduce yourself or simply say hi. In this channel you can see new people entering the Corteza project and talk off-topic with others.
#2. Village Square
This channel has interesting announcements related to the project or just for general chit chat. For the latest news, sign up to this channel.
#3. Help with Installation
If you have any questions about installing your own Corteza server or about how to configure it, ask the experts over here.
#4. Core Engineering
The technical team has their discussions here. If you’re interested in the technology behind Corteza, new features being built or if you want to contribute code, this is the channel for you.
#5. UX (User Experience)
The place for UX thoughts, suggestions and improvements.
In the marketing channel Corteza’s marketing activities and results are shared and discussed. You can see in this channel how the project is growing over time, get interesting marketing insights and you can learn how you can help promoting Corteza yourself.
If you want to manage or customise your CRM and have questions, join this channel.
If you want to manage Corteza Messaging and have questions you can ask them here.
#Corteza Board of Directors
Stay up to date with the latest activities of the board of directors
Wekan, the open source Trello alternative, is going to be available inside Corteza. Follow developments here.
LibreOffice Online is coming to Corteza. Follow developments here.
Various “#Programme – (programme name)” channels
These are the places to discuss the different Corteza programmes.
Corteza comes with an advanced Customer Relationship Management platform, built on the power of Corteza Low Code. The CRM boosts an intuitive design and gives a 360 degree overview of customers.The CRM on latest.cortezaproject.org is fully featured. You can insert or modify record data without problems. You can also enter the “Admin panel” and see how the Modules, Pages, Charts and Automation rules are set up.
How can I enter the CRM?
The CRM, or any other app within Corteza, can be opened in two ways:
- Click on the [+] next to the Messaging tab on top. This opens the app menu, where you can select the Corteza CRM app.
- Click on the 4 squares icon on the top right and select a new panel. The app menu is opened for this panel and you can use the CRM right next to Messaging!
3. Low Code
Corteza Low Code is an environment that allows the creation of business applications without the need for programming. The environment has an easy-to-use module builder and a drag and drop page builder, allowing you to arrange and position different categories of data and information blocks: forms, lists, charts, social media feeds, and more.
How can I enter the Low Code?
Opening Corteza Low Code is similar to opening the CRM. It’s an app you can select in the app menu that appears when you open a new tab or panel.
What can I do in Low Code?
Low Code works with namespaces. Each namespace is a different app. In all namespaces, with the exception of the CRM, you have full permissions to manage records and enter and try out functions in the admin panel.
4. Jisti Video
Corteza comes with a Jitsi integration. You can open a video conversation here with other people that are on the Corteza Community Server. For the best experience, open Jitsi in a panel, right next to messaging (as shown in the image below).
5. Google Maps
You can open Google Maps inside Corteza, just as shown in the image below. It’s a small app, but a handy one when you are using Messaging or the CRM and need to find a location quickly.
Wekan is an open source Trello alternative that is being integrated inside Corteza. You can check out this app to see the current state of the integration.
The Corteza Community Server is where the Corteza community lives. If you want to check it out please come join us at https://latest.cortezaproject.org.