integrar whatsapp-twilio-webservice, para gestionar una URL que pueda activar la salida logica de un ESP8266
I need an iPhone and Android app built that integrates Twilio with a user interface that is like a normal phone for voice calling and SMS. It is for in house use at our business to manage customer calls and SMS. Similar to Skype or Toktiv functionality using Twilio, and integrating with Wordpress for user to sign in and to assign default phone number.
I need a freelancer who can set me up a voice ivr in twilio, simple. I only need a welcome message that greets the client and tells them that they are going to be assisted by an advisor and, if they are all busy, a message that says that the advisors are busy and leaves them listening to music on hold. I need to do this same procedure with 3 different IVRs from 3 businesses that I have in the same twilio voice solution, the voice of the IVR is in Spanish but we can provide the freelancer with the necessary audio and music in the format that is requested. We need help with the configuration
We are looking to hire a marketer who is an expert with customer experience. The Customer Engagement Marketer position will focus on how to build meaningful and engaging interactions with customers. They will use tools such as email, app messages, SMS, and social media to encourage users to download the app. Work with the team to map out the user journeys and increase engagement with them. If this resonates with you, come and be a part of our growth team! Responsibilities: Experience with CEM tools and email marketing tools. Experience with Twilio and Klaviyo is strongly preferred. Build engaging customer workflows that consist of emails, in-app messages, push notifications, SMS, and direct mail elements. Draft engaging messages to deliver on our various message channels (email, app, S...
I have a lot of twilio recordings that I need moved to an s3 bucket. I'd like a lambda function ideally that will do this for me. I'm ok with just putting a script on an ec2 bucket and creating an endpoint that does the work if need be. I'd love to create a queue that just reads all recordings per number and creates records. Then a cron that goes through the queue and moves them. I'm happy to have suggestions if there is a better solution. Twilio recently released a way to directly store recordings to a s3 bucket so this won't be needed in the future. Just need the recordings for backup purposes.