From SharePoint list generate Desktop News Feeds, Desktop Alerts, Desktop Wallpaper etc. to end user Desk top. RRS feed

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  • Hi friends,

    As per our client requirement we want to display desktop News feed, Corporate Screensaver Messaging , Desktop Alerts, Internal Newsletter tool Means when admin user add any item in share Point list it will get display on all intranet users Desktop.

    Over all requirement of our client are as follow,

    • Corporate Screensaver Messaging - Deploy screen savers as digital signage for effective internal communication
    •  Desktop Alerts - Tools to ensure fast message cut-through for important internal communications
    •  Desktop News Feeds -   Scrolling headlines with click through to message windows, intranet or SharePoint
    •  Pop-up Staff Quiz tool - Reinforce internal communications and assess capability with desktop quizzes
    •  Internal Newsletter tool - User generated newsletter, delivered onto employee screens
    •  Internal Social Media - Quick and easy discussion channels like Facebook. Targeted, secure, internal only.
    •  Pop-up Staff Survey tool  -  Measure attitudes, track trends and measure the impact of internal communications
    •  Desktop Wallpaper - Publish messages on desktop backgrounds. Change and sequence messages easily

    So please suggest me the implementation approach.We have to implement it any SharePoint itself they already having there intranet SharePoint portal. 


    Thanks and Regards

    Digambar Kashid 

    Tuesday, October 23, 2012 9:52 AM

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  • Hi

    Did you
    ever get anywhere with this? We are trying to do something similar and are struggling<o:p></o:p>



    Monday, May 13, 2013 10:21 AM
  • The SnapComms internal employee messaging tools provide all the features you have specified…and more – please refer to this link: http://www.snapcomms.com/products/products.aspx - the SnapComms application also integrates with SharePoint either via 1) RSS feeds (is SharePoint is RSS enabled…use the SnapComms RSS tool) or 2) use of the SnapComms API.

    If you want to discuss this further please contact us at info@snapcomms.com

    Wednesday, May 29, 2013 4:13 AM
  • Please see my response to Digambar.
    Wednesday, May 29, 2013 4:14 AM