Notification massages

Notification messages

Notification messages serve several purposes and fulfill various needs. Here are some common reasons for using notification messages:
1. Important Information: Notification messages are an effective way to convey critical or time-sensitive information to users. They can provide updates about system status, security alerts, policy changes, or urgent notifications that require immediate attention.
2. User Interaction: Notification can prompt users to take specific actions or provide input. They can be used to request confirmation before executing a potentially irreversible action, such as deleting data or making a purchase. notification can also gather user feedback, ask for preferences, or request additional information.
3. Error Handling: When errors occur, notification messages can display error messages, explanations, and instructions to help users understand and resolve the issue. They provide a clear and focused means of communicating errors and guiding users towards corrective actions.

4. Notifications and Reminders: Popups can be used to deliver non-intrusive notifications and reminders. They can inform users about new messages, upcoming events, deadlines, or any other relevant updates that users might want to be aware of.
Overall, notification messages serve as a versatile tool for communication, interaction, and engagement between systems and users. When used appropriately and thoughtfully, they can enhance user experience, provide necessary information, and facilitate desired actions.

How to configure and send a popup massage to users.

To send a notification using the eproc management console, follow these steps:
1.    Open the eproc management console and navigate to the Control Center.
2.    Click on "Computers & Users" and then search for the desired computer or user to whom you want to send the 
3.    Right-click on the computer/user and select "Commands" from the menu that appears. A submenu will open.
        Click on "Send Notification" in the submenu.
4.    the "Send Notification" window will open with the following options:
    a.    Description: Enter a brief description for the notification, for example, "Callback Request."
    b.    Alert: Fill in the text of the notification, such as "Hi, please call me at 8135554321. Regards, [Your Name]."
    c.    Customize Alert Options:
        Location: Select where the notification will be displayed on the user's screen.
        Color: Choose the color in which the notification will be displayed.
        Image: Optionally, select a symbol or icon to appear with the notification.
        Duration: Set the duration for how long the notification will remain visible. If you enter zero, the notification will not close 
                        until the user manually dismisses it.
    d.     Play Audio File: If desired, you can add an audio file to play along with the notification. Click on "Browse" and search 
            for the audio file on your computer.
    e.    Once you have filled in all the desired options, click on "Send & Close" to send the notification.


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