Twilio is the communciton platform that millions of developers trust to build seamless communications experiences with phone calls, text messages, video calls, and more.
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Triggers once a call is completed on your Twilio number.
Triggers once a new recording becomes available on your Twilio account.
Triggers the moment an SMS is sent to your Twilio Number.
Triggered when you add a new comment.
Triggers when form submission is submitted.
Triggered when you add a new post.
Triggered when a new user is added.
Call a number or numbers and say your predefined message.
Send a SMS to a number or numbers.
Create a new post, including the status allowing the creation of drafts.
Create user including the status allowing the creation of drafts
Deletes an existing user.
WordPress, a popular open source web application for creating blogs and websites, is also being used for many commercial applications. This is because it has a wide variety of features, such as a user-friendly interface, easy to use modules, and an active developer community. Many companies are using WordPress to create their business websites. For example, the company Cactus Communications uses WordPress to create a website that allows people to book hotel rooms. Twilio is a cloud communications platform that allows developers to add voice, video, messaging, and other tops to their applications. Twilio’s service can be used by anyone with an Internet connection to build and deploy apps in days or weeks instead of months or years. Examples include apps that let users send SMS messages through Facebook Messenger or Google Voice, call or video chat with others via Skype, or integrate voice or text chat into their own apps. This integration is easy because these services all have different API’s (Application Programming Interface.
Integration between Twilio and WordPress is easy. It requires an IFTTT applet that can be set up in minutes. The first step is to sign up for an account at ifttt.com. Then we need to create a new applet. On the top left corner of the page there is a plus (+. button where we need to click on it. On the next page we need to select “this” then search for “Service”. We need to type “Twilio” in the search box and press enter on the keyboard. This will take us to the Twilio Service page where we need to click on the “Receive a Web request” option on the left side of the page. We now need to configure this service so that it receives data when someone types our phone number into a WordPress post or page. To add the phone number we need to click on the blue button that says “+Create Action” in the middle of the page. Next we need to enter the phone number (such as +16479009602. that we want to receive data from WordPress. Now we just need to save this action.We need to do the same thing for WordPress but instead of “Receive a Web request” we need to select “Post a Web request”. We now need to configure this service so that it sends data when someone types your phone number into a blog post or page. To add the phone number we need to click on the blue button that says “+Create Action” in the middle of the page. Next we need to enter the phone number (such as +16479009602. that we want to send data from WordPress. Now we just need to save this action. That’s it! We now have an integration between Twilio and WordPress ready-to-go! Now whenever someone types our phone number into a blog post or page, IFTTT will receive that data and send it to our Twilio phone number. This will trigger an SMS message with the content of that blog post or page. We can do something similar with images by using another applet on IFTTT. Instead of entering a phone number, we would enter our Twilio phone number.
The integration between Twilio and WordPress creates many possibilities for development. For instance, an online store can send an SMS message to their customer if they leave negative feedback about an item they purchased. This way they can give them a second chance at respving any issues before leaving bad feedback for the rest of the world to see. Another example would be an online SaaS company sending a welcome message to their customers via SMS when they sign up for their service. This would introduce them to their service and help build trust with their customers before they start using it for real work. A third example could be messaging enabled support forums where users can ask questions directly from their smartphone, instead of having to log onto their computer each time they have a question or problem with their service. They could also use this integration with video games too by making a simple mobile game for iOS or Android phones or tablets. Users could then play the game on their devices while waiting in line at the supermarket or sitting on a bus ride home from work.
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