There are two options: one solution is to create an auto-response that sends an email each time a text message comes in. To set up this auto-response, see the article ‘Adding an Auto-Response as an Email Notification’.
The second option is to set up browser notifications in Google Chrome. The browser notifications will create a box in the bottom right corner of your browser screen when a text comes in. Follow these steps:
Open a Chrome Browser
- Click on the 3 vertical dots on the top right corner
- Click Settings
- Privacy and Security
- Site settings - click on the arrow to the right to open ‘Site Settings’
- Look for the site ionlake.com under 'View permissions and data stored across sites'.
- You may need to ‘Search’ in this section for the word ‘dart’.
dart.ionlake.com Site Settings,
- Permissions you may want to set:
- Notifications --- Allow
- Images --- Allow
- Pop-ups and redirects --- Allow
- Background sync --- Allow
- Sound --- Allow
- These save automatically
Browser Notification Tests from MyRepChat Support
- Refresh your browser (Fn + F5) or open a new instance of Chrome
- Log into MyRepChat
- Go to ‘Support and Training’
- Go to ‘Browser Notifications Status’
- ‘Web Browser Notifications’ should say ‘Permission Granted’
- Click the ‘Browser Test’ for a notification
- ‘Connection Status’ should say ‘Connected’
- Click the ‘Push Notification Test’
Google Chrome app notification settings in Windows 10 Notifications & actions section
- If you are not receiving notifications as you expect, check the Google Chrome app notification settings in Windows 10 Notifications & actions section.
- Double Click the notifications icon on the bottom right corner and choose ‘Manage Notifications’ at the top.
- Notifications – Toggle ‘On’
- Get notifications from these senders – Google Chrome – Toggle ‘On’
- Windows 10 Chrome App Settings:
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