Description (v1.4.0)

INFO Page a list of devices.
INFO If the device is in conversation. The device is not paged.
INFO Device 1: [device_1]
INFO Device 2: [device_2]
INFO Device 3: [device_3]
INFO Device 4: [device_4]
INFO Device 5: [device_5]
INFO Device 6: [device_6]
INFO Device 7: [device_7]
INFO Device 8: [device_8]
INFO Device 9: [device_9]
INFO Device 10: [device_10]
INFO Device 11: [device_11]
INFO Device 12: [device_12]
INFO Device 13: [device_13]
INFO Device 14: [device_14]
INFO Device 15: [device_15]
INFO Device 16: [device_16]
INFO Device 17: [device_17]
INFO Device 18: [device_18]
INFO Device 19: [device_19]
INFO Device 20: [device_20]

Release notes

Version 1.4.0 - Early deployment
  • Feature: Added more device
  • Dependency:
    • Communication Server module >= 2.0.0

Version 1.2.0 - Early deployment
  • Feature: Page up to 20 devices. (M6272)
  • Dependency:
    • Communication Server module >= 2.0.0

Version 1.1.0 - General deployment
  • Improvement: Compatibility with the Communication Server module

Version 1.0 - General deployment
  • initial version

Example of use

PageDevices will act as a queue configured in ringall: all configured devices will be called. The difference with a queue is, when someone picks up the call, the other phones will not stop ringing and can pick up too.

Technically, it is a conference room that is configured in one way speech: whenever someone picks up the phone, he will be added to the conference room (he will be added muted: not possible to talk)

To implement an intercom, you could use the action SetRingtone to force auto answer on the phone, followed by PageDevices: All called phones will pick up automatically on speaker and will broadcast whatever you say.
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