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Each alarm takes place within an operation/event. In the "Events" menu, all ongoing, closed and archived events are listed. The events of the organization are divided using the tabs "Open", "Closed" and "Archive".

Participants of the organization have access to the still open and already closed events. The archive requires a separate role, which you can configure within Role Administration and Assignment.

To create a new event, either click the "Open event" button within the event list or select a new event name when triggering an alarm.

An event needs at least one name under which all contained alarms are summarized. In addition, you can configure a scheduled end time at which the desired event and its alarms are automatically closed.


Click on the arrow of an event within the list to get to the event overview. All information of an event is displayed here.

Within an event, you can start new alarms and access running alarms. If the extension "strength message" has been activated, a summed strength message of all alarms received in the event is displayed here.

If all alarms of your event have been completed, you can end and close the event via the "Close event" button. All alarms that are still open are then automatically closed.

If the extension "Operation diary" has been activated, you can now download the entire operation diary as a PDF export. This export contains all entries of the operation diary and a short overview with the most important data of the event.


Once an event has been completed and ended, you can optionally move it to the event archive. All alarms are then also archived and are no longer displayed in the alarm list of the participants. Should you wish to access the event and its alarms again, you can find all archived events under the menu item "Events" and the tab "Archive".

The event archive requires an additional role "Event Archive", which you can configure and assign to participants within [Role Administration and Assignment](). Organizational administrators and owners have access to the archive at all times.

Updated on: 29/09/2022

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