Service queue notifications via SMS/mobile notifications?
In the coming weeks I would like to find out, if and why you would like to receive service queue notifications through SMS/ mobile notifications.
Please vote in my poll and let me know your thoughts in this thread.
Thanks in advance!
its not even so much sms notifications, but I have the iOS app installed on all my devices. the email noticies are an appricated addition to the service; however, even better than sms would be to add push alerts to mobile devices of ticket requests where i can just tap the notification and imidiatly be connecting to the call.2
A push system when the application is active already exists, correct?
So, yes for not connectd, but only through WhatsApp or Telegram
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Either a Push Notification or a SMS would be nice for me because often times my customers will say they are going to let me into a system when they get there. The time for them to do that is not static. It would allow me to leave my desk and do other things if needed without fear of missing the customer.If my post was helpful, Please throw me a Kudos.
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