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Android and Award Force and iLert integrations

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Grant Management
Mobile App
Monitoring

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Create custom Android and Award Force and iLert workflows by choosing triggers, actions, and searches. A trigger is an event that launches the workflow, an action is the event.

iLert
Accept an Incident

Accepts a specified incident.

Action
iLert
Assign an Accident

Assigns a specified accident by user ID, escalation policy ID, or schedule ID.

Action
Android
Change a ring mode

Changes the active ring mode on a device.

Action, Acid
Android
Close a web browser

Closes a browser window on the target device.

Action, Acid
Award Force
Create a User

Creates a new user.

Action
Award Force
Create an Entry

Creates a new entry.

Action
iLert
Create an Incident

Posts new event with ALERT type (creates a new incident).

Action
Android
Disable Bluetooth

Turns off Bluetooth on a device.

Action, Acid
Android
Disable WiFi

Turns off WiFi on a target device.

Action, Acid

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