Korgi updates Terms of Service and Privacy Policy — and welcomes the Korgi Connect community forum!

KORGIVILLE—Korgi is updating its Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Many of the changes relate to the new community forum, Korgi Connect, which has been added to Korgi's services. Other changes are for clarity and readability.

Korgi Connect is a supportive and strategic space with events, tools, and networking to help members reach their goals. There also are private discussion groups for entertainment, entrepreneurship, education and other core audiences of Korgi users.

According to Korgi, "The updated legal terms will go into effect as of April 21, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific. By continuing to use Korgi on or past April 21, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific, you accept the updated legal terms as each of these terms may apply to you, and acknowledge receipt of the updated Terms of Service and Privacy Policy."

No further action is required by users.

All are invited to join the new community, Korgi Connect, right away!

BREAKING: Korgi adds a checklist board view AND Google Contacts to cards!

Korgiville—We interrupt this programming with double headlines from the To Do Dogs themselves:

Boards now have a checklist view

Checklist cards feature checkboxes to immediately archive and unarchive completed items. They're also more compact to view more cards on your screen. You can still color-code, drag-and-drop, and, of course, use the mighty drawer to launch Google and Microsoft 365 apps straight from your board. Go to Board Settings/Board Type/Checklist to enable checklist view now - you're going to love it! (You can switch any checklist back to "Standard" view in Settings/Board Type, too.)

Call and email Google contacts from your cards

Project management includes calls and emails, so Korgi just added Google Contacts to the card drawer. This is a test feature, so you'll have to grant Korgi a new Google permission the first time you try it. (It's available in Sharing still, too!) In the drawer, select the Contact icon, search for your desired contact, then add them to your card. Select the card icon anytime to view their email (select it to open your default email client) and their phone number (select it if you're on mobile or have enabled web calls in your browser).

Now back to your regular programming.

Who are we kidding - go build some checklists and add some contacts to those cards!

Today's local news is... you can upload local files!

KORGIVILLE—Korgi just released a new, tasty treat for users. Now you can attach files from your device to your board straight from the drawer!

  1. Open the drawer on the card you want to attach a file to.
  2. Select the Drive icon to add a file. You'll see a second option in the picker to "Upload."
  3. Select your local file or drag it into the picker.
  4. Korgi uploads the file to the board's Drive folder for you. As always, you'll see a new Drive icon on your card. Just select the icon to open the file in your browser.

Good dog, Korgi!

This just in... Korgi Releases v1.3 with MS365 integration!

KORGIVILLE—We're live at Korgi HQ with the very latest from the productivity pups! Korgi just announced that as of today...

Users can create and manage MS365 AND Google apps and files on the same board!

You have a personal account on one platform, but your work or client or project account and files all live on another. With Korgi 1.3, there's finally a single productivity tool that lets you log into both Microsoft AND Google at the same time! You can add a Word document AND a Google Doc, create a Power Point presentation AND a Slide deck, an Excel spreadheet AND a Google Sheet, Outlook AND Google Calendar events...and add and store files to the respective OneDrive or Google Drive folder for that account.

Users now can create and manage MS365 apps and files, together with Google apps and files, on the same board.

Korgi reports that they now are official Microsoft AI Cloud Partners. With this latest move, Korgi takes "easy" to a new level and "all-in-one" to the level after that! As ever, they've added light content and design updates, including making exporting to Google Docs even better with two tiers of bullet points.

Added: More Board Enhancements

Korgi users, your requests continue to flow to the boards, including:

We're heading in to join the 30-day celebration here at Korgi HQ! It's officially the end of Launch Month, so the early adopter discounts end today, but the quarterly and annual subscription prices still are incredibly low, and there still are options to get a deal. Good dog, Korgi!

BREAKING: Korgi Releases v1.2.0 and the Korgi Clipper!

KORGIVILLE—The Korgi team has released a new version of their tab-defeating productivity and collaboration boards. We understand they've now integrated, for user testing, Google Contacts and access to your full Google Drive (no more manually permitting files if you don't want to!). PLUS, their dogged determination saw the Korgi Clipper Chrome extension approved and released to the Chrome Web Store.

Added: Google Contacts for Sharing

When you're ready to share your board, you now have the option to grant permissions to manage Google Contacts through Korgi. Then you can invite anyone on your Google Contacts list to collaborate on your board. Of course, you still can manually add users by email in the same Share screen:

Added: full Google Drive Access for Sharing and Rebuilding Boards

By default, when you create a Korgi account, you grant limited permissions to access and manage only specific files you select when you're using your Korgi boards. For sharing, that means granting access to every file on that board to every new user each time you add a new collaborator or you or another user adds a file directly to the board folder. To make collaboration even easier, you now have the option to grant Korgi full Google Drive permissions so you can access and manage any Drive file while you're using Korgi:

Full Drive file permissions also help Korgi rebuild your board list to check for boards that were shared directly through Google Drive, deleted directly from Google Drive, etc.

Install Now! Save Web Content to Any Board with the Easy Korgi Clipper Chrome Extension

Korgi accepts that sometimes...SOMETIMES...you have to leave your beautiful, all-in-one boards to fetch other people's content. But Internet research and email attachments don't have to crowd your screen with more open tabs and windows. Add Korgi Clipper to Chrome, and you can instantly capture any page title, bookmark link and even highlighted text and choose any board and column to send a new card to. Pro pup tip: highlight your Korgi AI results and use the Korgi Clipper to create new cards on any board.

IMPORTANT: If you're using Korgi in incognito mode, you have to enable adding Chrome Extensions before you can use Korgi Clipper.

Sign Up for Office Hours with our Founder to Build Boards and Talk Strategy!

If you want help with this or any aspect of your board, Korgi's also added Office Hours with the founder and other experts to get your boards set up or talk career and project strategy! Join from the home page or the link under your account name (upper right).

Our New Dog Just Learned Amazing New Tricks!

Wait...we're getting breaking news... Korgi AI now is trained on Korgi itself - so you can ask it any questions about how to use the app or how to use the app to achieve your specific goals!