Integrations

Google Assistant – Alert and Notify your Response Team

Google Assistant – Alert and Notify your Response Team

In a previous article we've shown how to send alerts to SIGNL4 from Amazon Alexa. It is also possible to do the same using the Google Assistant, either on your mobile device or using your Google Home speaker. Setting it up is easy if you are tech-savvy. You need an...

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Push, text and voice notifications from Google Forms

Push, text and voice notifications from Google Forms

SIGNL4 offers easy-to-use interfaces for triggering notifications, e.g. email and Webhook. In some scenarios you might want to send signals manually from a Web portal. Google Forms is one option to add this feature to SIGNL4. The following steps show you how to setup...

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Shift Scheduling with StaffHub – Alerting with SIGNL4

Shift Scheduling with StaffHub – Alerting with SIGNL4

Microsoft StaffHub is deprecated. You can use SIGNL4’s built-in scheduling for your shifts and on-call planning. Or, you can also use the REST API (e.g. with Microsoft Power Automate) for integrating with your own scheduling tools. We live in a somewhat paradoxical...

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Sending Alerts from a Desktop Browser with zapier

Sending Alerts from a Desktop Browser with zapier

How can you quickly send an urgent alert to a response team from your desktop browser? Here is a pretty slick example for Google Chrome implemented with zapier and SIGNL4.  SIGNL4 is for sending persistent mobile alerts to your response team. It provides for simple...

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Azure Application Insights

Azure Application Insights

Are you using Azure Application Insights for health monitoring of your website or web app? If so, I bet you have alerts setup to get notified in case of service health issues. By default, you or your whole team will get an email. But how do you know who took...

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