@hpvd opened this Issue on February 19th 2014

The custom alerts plugin (http://plugins.piwik.org/CustomAlerts) is really great to receive notifications if "defined things" happen.
At this time it's possible to got notification by email or sms.

Often you are logged in in Piwik during daily web work...

=> so what would be better than having the possibility to get directly an "in browser" notification if a defined thing happen?

this could be:

  • playing a sound
  • pushing an visible alert to the browser tab of piwik
    (change the title)
  • ...
@hpvd commented on February 19th 2014

"pushing an visible alert to the browser tab of piwik"
maybe this could be done technically in a way the LiveTab plugin does

e.g. one could show in the browser tab:

  • simply a sign that an alert (of any kind) is there, e.g. a special symbol
  • a special colour-box in the tab for different alerts (->the same colour could be also used in the history table of alerts to got a good overview)
  • show a number (which is the result of "defined thing") (i think most complicate?)
@hpvd commented on February 19th 2014

regarding sound this sounds interesting and has several free sounds included:

@hpvd commented on February 19th 2014

ok this will not work the way it was intend,
because current version of custom alerts plugin could not recognize "the happening of defined things" live (near live) :-(
it "only" could look what has happened in in a period in the past (e.g.24h)...

=> new ticket to make something like a "watch dog" first?
hmm - would fit best in the custom alert plugin...

@hpvd commented on February 19th 2014

ok new ticket is created:
custom alerts: live alert "watch dog" function

@mattab commented on February 21st 2014 Owner

Maybe also put a comment in #4530 which is about desktop alerts.
dupes #4722

@hpvd commented on February 21st 2014

this ticket doesn't dublicate
4722 is the presupposition for this one...

@mattab commented on February 22nd 2014 Owner

Can you please create a new ticket to consolidate this one? cheers

This Issue was closed on February 22nd 2014
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