DingTalk, Alibaba’s enterprise communication and collaboration platform, is the top rising mobile app in the 100M-500M MAU group in March 2020. The monthly active users of DingTalk skyrocketed to 288 million in March 2020 from 47 million in March 2019, an increase of 513% YoY. The average monthly usage hours also grew sharply by 570% […]
Founded in 2014, DingTalk, or Dingding, is an enterprise communication and collaboration software from Alibaba Group. Its main features include:
- Contacts list
- Video conferencing, up to 302 participants with recording
- Screen and file sharing
- Live streaming
On January 16, 2015, DingTalk launched the testing version 1.1.0.
On May 26, 2015, V2.0 was released, adding Ding Mail, Smart OA and shared storage.
On September 19, 2016, V3.0 was released, focusing on B2B communication and collaboration.
On January 15, 2018, DingTalk launched the English version of its application in Malaysia, its first market outside of China (although it can be downloaded and used in other markets such as India, US, etc.).
At the same time, DingTalk noted that in November 2017 it had launched hardware devices such as the “smart receptionist” that enables employee check-in by fingerprint or facial recognition.
During the 2020 coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, the app was the target of rating spam after it was used to send homework to quarantined school children.
Alibaba Revenue was 114,314 million yuan (US$16,144 million) in Q1 2020, an increase of 22% year-over-year. The total revenues for its fiscal year reached 509,711 million yuan (US$71,985 million), an increase of 35% year-over-year.
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