Wallboard without credentials

Discussion in 'Ideas' started by JonL, Jul 2, 2017.

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  1. JonL

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    The v15.5 upgrade is great, thanks for all your work! We have Airtame wireless display devices that we can show any web page (realistically, web-based dashboards) on an always-on screen to the whole call center. The caveat is that it can't be behind a login - is there any way to make the web-based wallboard available without a login or provide the credentials through the URL? Thanks!
     
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  2. VictorSP

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    +1. I think a public link per queue could be a great solutions for customers that asks about how to watch queue statistics on a TV without add a new "virtual" extension or a manager to the queue.
     
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  3. dcourtney

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    For security maybe a IP allow list or something?
     
  4. Jordan Daniel

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    Amen Guys! Please 3CX team?! The nature of a wallboard is "open-ness" Managers have the Queue manager to oversee staff.
    a URL per queue WB would be incredible from an admin point of view. simply get a PI (or anything else) to boot up and load that URL.
     
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  5. Jordan Daniel

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    Out of pure frustration, we have now built a basic forms app in windows with an embedded browser.
    This runs on the server and requires a login, the forms app takes a screenshot of the broswer and uploads the image to a webserver, on the webserver we have a page that displays that image with a 10s refresh!

    It is frustrating as this should not be a difficult result to achieve natively...