The Notifications section of the settings screen, shown below, allows you to configure the events in Fuze Desktop for which notifications are generated, the type of notification, and the device that Fuze Desktop uses for notifications.
Note: You can click ESC to exit and save your changes at any time.
In this section, you can configure when and how you're notified of the following Fuze events:
When an incoming call is received — Select the ring tone that plays when you receive a call in Fuze.
Click Play to test the ring tone.
When you receive a chat message — In this section you can configure the notifications you'll receive when you receive a chat message.
- Play a Sound — Enable this setting to play a sound when a chat message is received.
- Highlight the Fuze icon in the Windows system tray/Bounce the Fuze icon in the macOS dock — Enable this setting to show a visual notification when a chat message is received.
Note: This setting is not available on Fuze Web.
When a meeting is about to start — Enable this setting to play a sound and display a pop-up notification when a scheduled meeting is about to start.
Play notification sounds through
In this section you can configure the primary and secondary device(s) that Fuze Desktop uses to for audio notifications.
Main audio output — Your primary device is the device that is configured as your default speaker in Fuze. See the article Audio & Video Settings for details about primary speaker settings.
Click Change A/V Settings to navigate to the Audio & Video Settings section of the Settings screen.
Also play notification sounds through — If a secondary audio output device is available, the device name is displayed in this section.
Click ADD to play notifications through that device as well.
To test your notification sounds
Play Notification Sound — Click this button to test the audio devices through which Fuze Desktop is currently configured to play notification sounds.