Adding/Deleting Plug-Ins (Kintone Administration)

Article Number:0408

A plug-in is a package of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS files for setting screens.
Using plug-ins on Kintone allows you to extend the functionality of your apps.
The following are the steps to use a plug-in.

  • Add a plug-in on Kintone Administration.
  • Add and set up the plug-in on individual apps.

This article covers how to add or delete plug-ins on Kintone Administration.

Importing plug-ins from plug-in files

To use plug-ins provided by developers, such as Kintone development partners, add the plug-ins to Kintone by importing them from plug-in files.
Do not import any plug-in files unless you trust the source.

  1. Click the gear-shaped Settings icon at the upper part of the Kintone screen, then select Kintone Administration.
    Opening the Kintone Administration Screen

  2. Click Plug-ins under Other.

  3. Click Import on the upper left side of the screen.

  4. Click Browse and select the plug-in file to import ("***.zip").

    • Import the plug-in file in zip format.
    • The maximum file size for a plug-in file that can be imported is 100 MB.
  5. Click Import.

When the plug-in appears in the Imported Plug-ins list, it means that the plug-in is successfully added.
If you want to update the imported plug-in, import the latest version of the plug-in file. The steps to import the file are the same as the steps to import a new plug-in file.

After the plug-in is added by a Kintone Administrator, app administrators need to add the plug-in in the App Settings of individual apps.
Adding/Deleting Plug-Ins (App Settings)

Deleting plug-ins

To delete the added plug-in, click the Delete icon (the trash can-shaped icon to the right of the plug-in) on the "Plug-ins" screen of Kintone Administration.
Then, click Uninstall. This deletes the added plug-in.
Screenshot: The "Delete" icon (the trash can-shaped icon) and "Uninstall" button outlined in red on the "Plug-ins" screen

To delete plug-ins added on individual apps, click the Remove icon at the right of the plug-ins on the "Plug-ins" screen in each individual app's App Settings.