Virtual PBX Google Gadget
Please use the instructions you find below to add the Virtual PBX Google Gadget to your Google Desktop or your iGoogle page.
Add The Gadget To Your iGoogle Page
- At the top of your iGoogle Page, locate a link labeled “Add Stuff”. It’s located in the lower right corner of the main banner.
- Click on “Add Stuff”.
- You’ll be sent to a page that lists all iGoogle Gadgets.
- On the right side of the page locate the blue box titled, “Search for gadgets”.
- In the text field, type “virtual pbx”.
- Your search results will show “Virtual PBX Login” along with an “Add it now” button.
- Click on the “Add it Now” button to add the Virtual PBX Gadget to your iGoogle page.
- A yellow box labeled “Added” confirms that the gadget is installed on your iGoogle page.
- Click your browser’s back button or the “Back to iGoogle home” link (found above the iGoogle logo in the upper right hand corner) to return to your iGoogle page.
- The gadget should be visible somewhere at the top of your page.
Add The Gadget To Your Google Desktop
- If you haven’t already started the Google Desktop Application, locate it and start the application.
- From the Google Gadget control (located to the left of your System Tray), click on the downward-pointing triangle, then select “Add Gadgets…”.
- Similarly, if you are in the the Google Gadget Sidebar, locate the three icons in the upper right corner of the Sidebar. Click on the downward-pointing triangle (the middle icon), then select “Add Gadgets…”.
- In the window that appears, locate the search box in the upper right hand corner (there’s a magnifying glass icon that appears next to it).
- Copy and paste the following URL and not the URL above: http://www.virtualpbx.com/apps/googleGadget.xml
- A small thumbnail of the gadget should appear along with a green “Add” button.
- Click the “Add” button and the gadget will appear in your Sidebar.
- For iGoogle users, please make sure that you have the latest version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari.
- For Google Desktop users, please make sure that you are using the latest version of the Google Desktop application to access our gadget (version 5.7 or later on Windows, version 1.4 or later on Mac OS X).
- Linux support: The latest version of the Google Desktop supports any user with glibc 2.3.2+ and gtk+ 2.2.0+ installed, this includes 64-bit Linux users.