To enable integration with Twilio, make sure that you activated appropriate integration module. Go topage and turn on . Then go to popup editor, click button on Top Toolbar, select tab and click button. New Twilio integration will be added. Click to configure integration. It has the following parameters:
- Name. The name of the integration. It is used for your convenience.
- Enabled. You can disable this integration by turning this off.
- Execute. You can specify when integration must be executed: after successful popup submission, when user confirmed submitted data using double opt-in feature, after successfully completed payment or after non-completed payment.
- Account SID. Enter your Twilio Account SID. You can find your Account SID in the Twilio Console.
- Auth Token. Enter your Twilio Auth Token. You can find your Auth Token in the Twilio Console.
- To. This parameter determines the destination phone number for your SMS message. Format this number with a “+” and a country code, e.g., +16175551212.
- From. From specifies the Twilio phone number or short code that sends this message. This must be a Twilio phone number that you own, formatted with a “+” and country code, e.g. +16175551212. To get your first Twilio phone number, head on over to the console and find a number you like with SMS capabilities. If you are interested in using a short code, you can apply for one via the console as well. Note that you cannot spoof messages from your personal cell phone number without porting your number to Twilio first.
- Message. This is the full text of the message you want to send, limited to 1600 characters. If the body of your message is more than 160 GSM-7 characters (or 70 UCS-2 characters), Twilio will send the message as a segmented SMS.
- Conditional logic. If enabled, you can create rules to enable this integration depending on the values of input fields.