How to display ActivityView on a screen using Google Chrome

To be able to use Google Chrome to view your ActivityView, you need to connect a small computer with browser capabilities to the screen. A small computer could be a Chromecast. Furthermore, you want the small computer to view the ActivityView in full screen automatically when the computer has been closed or put in standby. Follow the steps below to set up the small computer in that way. 

1. Install the latest version of Google Chrome on the small computer

2. Right click on the Google Chrome desktop app shortcut and select Properties

3. Choose the tab Shortcut and copypaste the following string in the field Target:

 --incognito --kiosk --enable-viewport-meta --overscroll-history-navigation=0 

4. Copy your ActivityView URL from the AskCody Manager and paste it in after the string. See the illustration below. (Find your URL here)

 

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5. Search run in the Windows Search, and open the desktop app Run (shortcut for search: windows_icon.png + S)

6. Type in shell:startup and click the button OK

7. Drag and Place the Google Chrome desktop app shortcut (the Google Chrome shortcut from step 2) in the startup folder

8. To start viewing the ActivityView on the screen, double-click on the Google Chrome app shortcut

 

 

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