There are packages like: for livechat package, and I don't think it's a good idea to create a user for every person who access
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However, the 'role' field is more easily extensible so that implementations can include their own values (e.g., a new role of "scribe").
Notice that, since the request was sent to a particular room, the interaction applies to that room only (in this case, the data form includes an optional hidden field specifying the room). Service Returns Modify Room Subject Form to Admin This use case provides the same functionality as the protocol described in Sections 8.2, 8.3, and 8.4 of XEP-0045.
You can get details like "username", "email" and primary "id", which can be used in other API calls to manipulate the operator state.
With this API you can change the away status of an operator.
Maybe we could use a Meteor package which automatically creates an account for every user, and then just use permissions to do the rest.
And allowing users to change the username and set password would then allow them to register the account once they decide to do so.
The following command sequence mirrors the examples in Section 8.2 of XEP-0045. Admin Requests to Modify an Occupant Role This use case provides the same functionality as the protocol described in Sections 9.1, 9.3, 9.4, 9.6, 9.7, 10.3, 10.4, 10.6, and 10.7 of XEP-0045.
Please complete the following easy steps to integrate your Live Help Now live chat user info into your Get Response Contacts list.
Before you Begin: The Campaign ID is NOT the same as the campaign name or title, and is NOT available through the Get Response Dashboard.
Retrieve a list of messages from your customers when you have been offline. The result is an JSON Array consisting of Objects for each mail. The result is an JSON Array consisting of Objects for each chat session.