To set and customize integration preferences, go to Unified Communications in the side menu and click on the Zero Priority icon, under the Settings area.
Open the Integration tab on the side menu and modify the settings related to the VoipNow Automation back-end as well as to web services designed to simplify user access and improve user experience.
Customize integration settings
To customize integration settings, follow the steps below.
- Enable VoipNow Automation back-end. As a result, the VoipNow Automation panel will be integrated with the VoipNow interface.
Up next is the Google Login section, where you can define settings that will allow users to sign up/log in to the VoipNow/Hubgets web applications via their Google accounts.
Please note that only invited users can sign up to Hubgets using their Google accounts. Once they sign up to Hubgets via Google Sign-In, they will be be able to log in to VoipNow and Hubgets using their Google credentials.
Currently, new VoipNow users cannot sign up using their Google accounts. The same goes for old VoipNow users, who cannot log in using their Google accounts..
To enable the Google Sign-In service, you need to create a Google API Console project for your VoipNow/Hubgets web applications. If you don't know how to do that, follow the steps in this tutorial. Paste the credentials assigned to your project in the fields below.
- Web application client ID
- Web application client secret
Please note that leaving these fields empty will not enable the Google Sign-In service, hence users will not be able to sign up/log in to the VoipNow/Hubgets web applications using their Google accounts
If you want users to log in and sign up the VoipNow/Hubgets iOS application, you also need to fill in the Mobile application client ID field.
To enable this service, create a Google API Console project for your VoipNow/Hubgets iOS applications. If you don't know how to do that, follow the steps in this tutorial. Google API Console will automatically assign your application with a client ID, which you need to copy in the Mobile application clientID field.
Please note that leaving this field empty will not enable the Google Sign-In service for VoipNow/Hubgets iOS application, hence users will not be able to sign up/log in to their mobile applications using their Google accounts.
- Move on to the Google reCAPTCHA section. Google reCAPTCHA is a free service that VoipNow and Hubgets use to prevent spam and other types of automated abuse.
To enable this service, you need to sign up with Google reCAPTCHA for an API key pair. If you don't know how to do that, follow the steps in this tutorial. The key pair consists in a site key and a secret key. The site key is used to invoke reCaptcha service on your web application. The secret key authorizes communication between your application backend and the reCAPTCHA server to verify the user's response.
Paste the credentials received from Google reCAPTCHA in the fields below.
- Site key
Please note that leaving these fields empty will not enable the Google reCAPTCHA service on VoipNow and Hubgets web applications.
Finally, the GIPHY section allows you to enable user access to GIPHY's GIF library. VoipNow will access the GIPHY API based on an API KEY, which you will obtain by creating a GIPHY account and an app. Your app is automatically assigned an API key, which you will copy in the API key field.
Please note that leaving this field will not enable user access to GIPHY's GIF library
If you want to read more on GIPHY and how to get an API Key, read this page.
Once you're done, click OK to save your preferences. To return to the previous page without committing any changes, click Cancel.
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