Changing how the widget behaves on your site on Android
By Shane Wall
Last Update 21 hari yang lalu
With the tawk.to mobile app, you can answer chats on the go, manage property settings, edit shortcuts and much more. The app is free and you can find it on the Google play store by searching for tawk.to.
To make changes to how your widget acts on your site, select the hamburger icon in the top left corner to open the menu.
Select Admin from the list to open the property selection menu.
Select the property you'd like to manage.
Select Widget Settings.
From here you can make adjustments to the behavior of the widget, changing how it functions for both the visitors on your site and the agents answering chats.
You can name the widget, quickly disable it by turning the Status switch off and change the On Click behavior.
The default option is set to Maximize, meaning when a visitor clicks the chat icon, a window will open within the current tab and the chat widget will follow the visitor as they navigate your website. The Popout option, however, will create a new window purely for the chat.
Hide estimated wait time allows you to either share or hide a wait time based on your previous answering times with visitors in chat. This can be handy for setting expectations in peak times.
Disable sound notifications controls all audio the visitor will hear when chatting with you. If you prefer for the widget to be completely silent for your visitors, enable this option. If you want them to hear all the beeps and boops, leave this option switched off.
Disable message preview controls the feature allowing you to get a sneak peek at what the visitor is writing before they send the message through to the agent answering the chat. Seeing what a visitor is writing as they type can make it easier to respond.
Disable agent typing notification allows you to show or not show the visitor that the agent is responding before the message is sent. It can be nice to know when someone is actively writing a response, especially with long, complicated answers.
Disable visitor typing function works just like the agent typing notification but from the other side. If you prefer to have a visual cue that your visitor is responding before they send the message, be sure to leave this option off.
Disable browser tab notification will stop alerts from showing up in the page title of your browser. Leaving this option on will allow for chat notifications to be displayed in the text at the top of each tab in a browser.
Hide widget on load will make the chat widget invisible when a visitor navigates to your site. This is really only useful if you're launching the widget another way — for example, with a text link. Otherwise, the visitor will not be able to view or use the chat.
Hide widget on mobile makes the widget accessible to visitors only if they are viewing your site via a desktop browser. If you prefer to hide the chat widget from mobile visitors, you can do so by enabling this option. Be aware, however, that this is likely to decrease the number of incoming chats.
Disable emoji selection will stop your visitors from being able to insert an emoji from the list of available options next to the text input area of the chat.
Disable file upload stops visitors from being able to upload and send files through the chat widget. Sending files via chat can be handy. However, if you tend to receive unwelcome files from your visitors, this option can put a stop to it.
Select the check mark in the top right corner of the Widget Settings page to save any changes you've made to how the widget behaves.
You can also delete the widget by selecting the red Delete Widget button at the very bottom of the Widget Settings page.
Once you've deleted a widget, there is no way to recover it or any of the information associated with it so be very sure before making the decision to delete a widget.