To connect to the server, you need to specify at least User ID, User full name, Client ID, and client or auth token. If you do not have your Client ID yet, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain one, or you can use the demo account instead.
By changing the parameters below, you can customize some of the user interface aspects. *Please note that the UI size "large" parameter is applied only if the UI mode is set to "fullscreen".
You can open Talaria in new popup window separated from your application or webpage.
The preferred authentication method to our communication server is by using the Client ID and Auth token. Auth token is a temporary access token that should be obtained on your backend and used in client-side code to avoid potential exposure of your client token. To generate the auth_token, fill in the fields below and click "Generate token."
Support codes are special kind of quick call links that are convenient 12 digit codes and they expire after one hour. To test support code you have created open our Support Widget Demo Page, click on the Talaria logo in lower right corner of the page and enter the code.
You can record and upload audio or video message to the server and get the access link to the message. Maximum message length is 1 minute. This is typically used to send a message to somebody when you tried calling them, and they are not online at the moment.
You can record and upload screencast (with or without audio) to server and get access link to the video file. Maximum screencast length is 1 minute.
You can list all audio, video messages and screencast you have created, and you can delete them.
You can create a conference room and get the link which you can share with up to 50 participants.
You can get the list of all conference rooms you have created so far, and you can delete them.
You can get the list of all conference rooms which have recordings.
For the phone number, please use the international format, starting with the + sign.
For the phone number, please use the international format, starting with the + sign. Maximum message length is 160 characters.