Quicklaunch provides the System Events feature to allow Quicklaunch life-cycle events to be extended by one or more applications selected from the Quicklaunch Application Catalog, a user selected application or script for the purpose of running systems software, sending RS232 messaging to hardware, or launching any other type of application.


System events allow users to run a program or an action when specific events happen in Quicklaunch.  For example, every-time a meeting ends Quicklaunch Message Adapter will send a command to turn of the monitor, or every time meeting starts, we can display a virtual keyboard.


*NOTE* -  System Events is a feature of Quicklaunch Ultimate edition.



Contents

1. List of System Events

2. How to create a System Event to trigger an Action.


1. List of System Events


Here is the list of available System Events:


Quicklaunch Started
This event is triggered when Quicklaunch is starting
Quicklaunch Closing
This event is triggered when Quicklaunch is closed
Room Reset
This event is triggered when the Room Reset functionality is executed

Meeting Details Link Clicked

This event is triggered when the user clicks on the meeting details link

Book Room

This event is triggered when the user clicks Book Room

Meeting Extended 5 minutes

This event is triggered when meeting is extended for 5 minutes

Meeting Extended 15 minutes

This event is triggered when is extended for 15 minutes

Meeting Extended 30 minutes

This event is triggered when is extended for 30 minutes

Meeting Extended Any Length

This event is triggered when is extended

Microphone Muted

This event is triggered when the user mutes microphone

Microphone Unmuted

This event is triggered when the user unmutes microphone

Speaker Muted

This event is triggered when the user mutes speakers

Speaker Unmuted

This event is triggered when the user unmutes speakers

Resource Warning

This event is triggered when the status of any resource shows warning status
Meeting Start
This event is triggered when a meeting on the calendar begins
Meeting End
This event is triggered when a meeting on the calendar ends
Join Meeting
This event is triggered when the user clicks Join Now on a calendar entry
Meet Now
This event is triggered when the user clicks the Meet Now action tile
Resource Unavailable
This event is triggered when Resources are unavailable
Internet Unavailable
This event is triggered when Internet is unavailable
Exchange Unavailable
This event is triggered when Exchange is unavailable
IntervalThis event is triggered at a specific time


2. How to create a System Event to trigger an Action.


To create a System Event:

In this example,  we will configure Quicklaunch to send RS232 message when meeting ends. You can configure Quicklaunch system events to launch any Windows 10 application installed on your PC.


1. Open Quicklaunch Settings by pressing CTRL + ALT + S

2. Navigate to System->Events;

3. Add and choose an Action by clicking on a plus icon.   In our example, we select Message Adapter.

 


4. Choose the Event Type from the drop-down list.  In our example, we select Meeting End Quicklaunch life-cycle Event.

5. Configure the Message Adapter Settings Program Path. FAQ

6. Configure the Command Line Argument for TCP or Serial Communication. FAQ