You can use Login Popups to deliver messages to Associates upon login. Typical uses include welcome videos or important announcements.
What We’ll Cover
To access the Login Events page, you must have the Login Events permission enabled for your Role.
Read more: Managing Web Office Admin Users and Roles
Finding the Page
In Web Office Admin, navigate to: Code Customization > Login Events.
Adding a Popup
Click + ADD NEW and select Add Popup.
The Add Login Popup pop-up window opens.
Enter a Name.
Enable/Disable the Is Dismissible toggle:
- Toggled On - Associates can dismiss the pop-up.
- Toggled Off - Associates will not have the ability to dismiss the pop-up. Use this when you want to notify inactive Associates that they need to contact support. They will not be able to exit the pop-up to access the Web Office features.
Click Switch to Rich Text Editor.
The Rich Text Editor is useful for simple pages with basic styling. The interface consists of a rich text editor (provided by the open-source project TinyMCE).
Read more about TinyMCE features: TinyMCE Text Editor
Warning: If you’d like to use the Rich Text Editor, you need to switch to it before you enter any content. The Rich Text Editor will remove certain HTML elements, such as
<script>, which can cause loss of markup.
If you need to use more advanced features, you can read more about them here: Login Popups.
Click the Published toggle to publish the pop-up now after saving the configuration.
The rest of the settings are Multi-Faceted Configuration (MFC). Enter your specific configurations for who can view the pop-up.