Visualizing your SharePoint data in a chart or dashboard is one of the most common requirements among users. But there are no native charting apps in SharePoint Online Office 365. Plus, other native tools such as PowerBI for Office 365 are too complex for non-technical users, require select subscription plans and are not fully integrated within SharePoint.
Luckily, our friends at Microsoft established an online app store where users can find third-party apps that solve their unique business pains. But beware! There is a lack of quality charting apps from trusted software vendors. Using inferior apps from unproven vendors could lead to a poor user experience as a result of potential bugs or support issues.
Enter Quest. We’ve been building apps for the Microsoft App Store since the beginning, starting with the Social Hub. In fact, we were recognised as Microsoft's first-ever Office/SharePoint App Developer Partner of the Year because of our pioneer work in the store.Today we’re ecstatic to announce the release of our newest app – Quick Apps Charts for Office 365.
With Quick Apps you can track, share and report on essential business data in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 with eye-catching, mobile-friendly dashboards that you can’t wait to show off to your colleagues, your boss and even your mom! Quick Apps Charts for Office 365 provides a modern and easy-to-use interface, so you can get started creating jaw-dropping charts in less than 3 minutes without needing any training at all. Check out this short video to see how easy it is.
Quick Apps Charts for Office 365 empowers users to:
You can add the cloud-friendly app to your site or corporate app catalog in minutes from the Microsoft App Store to deliver immediate business results and improve user adoption.
Download Quick Apps Charts for Office 365 today!