Dear KKNI parents,
Welcome to the KKNI app. To help you familiarise yourself with the app quickly and easily, you will find an overview and explanation of all functions here in the help centre. However, should you have any problems using the app, please do not hesitate to contact the management of your daycare. We hope you enjoy using the app.
Your KKNI Team
In the news feed you find important information such as invitations, daily activities and pictures. It opens by default when starting the app, and looks like this:
Choose which child you are viewing the news feed of by swiping the profile pictures in the top of the screen.
Gain an overview of contract hours, pick-up person, and pick up times through the Drop off & Pick up function. Access by tapping the clock in the bottom of the screen.
Update existing schedules by tapping them, or create new ones by tapping “plus” in the top right.
Choose the order of the weeks by tapping “edit” in the top right, and moving the weeks using the three lines to the right.
Inform the institution of coronavirus test results through the “COVID-19 test results” function in the “more” tab.
After choosing a child, tap the blue “+” to add a test result.
Inform the institution whether your child(ren) will be attending daycare during the holiday periods in the “holiday periods” function under the “more” tab.
The word marked with white is selected. In the example above, the child is attending daycare in the period.
View and sign contracts through the “contracts” function under the “more” tab.
View a contract by tapping it, and choose “review contract”
Tapping “agree” allows you to sign the contract, or upload a picture of the signed document. Please remember to save by tapping “Accept” in the upper right corner.
Update or add contact information by using the “my contact info” function under the “settings” tab. Access it by tapping the more tab:
Then access setting by tapping the cogwheel
Then access my contact info by tapping it
Update or add contact information. You can share this with other parents throught “shared contacts”