With Desktop Alerts your messages will never be missed or not read! Directly send vital information to your staff in the form of desktop pop-up messages that will appear on top of any other application. Acknowledgement buttons in pop ups, give you an exact idea of who has and (more importantly) who hasn’t read your message; giving you a clear indication of your message’s reach.
Our Desktop Alert solution is developed with unique, specific features to raise its efficiency in conducting your messages. To achieve the true omnichannel effect, our complete suite has even more to offer. Visit our feature page for a complete overview of all features that help you keep your employees informed, engaged, productive, and safe
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What you see is what you get. Get a glimpse below of what our Desktop Alert solution has to offer and how this tool can be used to keep your employees informed, engaged, productive, and safe.
“The alert messages are instantly visible to our employees, taken seriously and – even more importantly – instructions are followed. Combined with our existing alarm system, this is an extremely effective way of alerting everybody.”
To flesh out some information about our Desktop Alerts, we have already answered some questions you might possibly have. If your question is not listed, we would love to hear from you!
Can Desktop Alerts be blocked by pop-up or ad blockers?
No. Desktop Alerts cannot be blocked or stopped by pop-up blockers. This means the alerts cannot be ignored or missed.
Is it also possible to embed an alarm or siren sound?
Yes, that is possible! To draw even more attention to your alerts, it is possible to add a flashing red border, alarm, or voice message to your alerts.
Can I schedule Desktop Alerts?
Yes, this is possible. You can schedule a Desktop Alert to appear at a specific date or time. This allows you to, for example, schedule IT-related updates, such as server maintenance, in advance and make timely announcements.
Can a pop-up be published or shown in different sizes?
Yes, a Desktop Alert can have different levels. High-level alerts will be displayed full screen, medium level alerts will be displayed at 50% of the screen, and low-level alerts can be displayed as a small notification (25% of the screen) in the bottom right corner of a screen.
What are the system requirements for your Desktop Alert solution?
Visit our support center to download the system requirements and other tech sheets.