Rise Vision to Release Free Coronavirus Tips Chrome Extension


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(MONDAY APRIL 6, 2020) –– Coronavirus cases are expected to see a much steeper increase in the coming weeks. To help slow the spread of the coronavirus, Rise Vision is launching a Coronavirus Tips Chrome extension.

The Chrome extension will help with sending reminders to “do the five” and practice essential hygiene as well as other helpful tips each time you open a new tab in your web browser.

Forming new habits can be very challenging and require a lot of focus. Regular reminders can help keep these important hygiene practices top of mind.

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“When news broke about the coronavirus spreading, we wanted to find a way to use our resources to help contribute to slowing the spread. Our development team went straight to work building the extension. It was no question for us to shift our focus to this.”Byron Darlison, CEO of Rise Vision


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Coronavirus Tips Chrome Extension Demo

The Coronavirus Tips Chrome extension is available free in the Chrome store.

For those managing large networks, the Coronavirus Tips extension can be installed on their organization’s devices to keep their students, employees, or teammates safe and informed.

“I had all my employees install the Coronavirus Tips Chrome extension to be extra safe. It’s on my kids’ Chromebooks too. We’re not messing around.” Dan McGaw, CEO Effin Amazing


Rise Vision is a digital signage software provider. Since 1992 we have been thinking about how we can help our customers have great looking displays. It’s an obsession we have.

Today, our primary focus is education and the over 3,000 schools we currently serve. To deliver on our promise of making sure digital signage isn’t difficult we provide new Templates every week (over 325 of them so far) to keep a school’s displays current and engaging for little effort, and we make sure they stay running with greater than 99% uptime.

By 2027 we want to improve the experience of students everywhere by serving 1,000,000 displays in schools.




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