How to add more than one widget to a website

Adding more than one widget to your website gives you more control over how your visitors interact in different areas of your website.

You may want to create widgets in additional languages. You could add a second knowledge base to your site. Or you might want to assign agents one specific area of your website, for example, a booth at a virtual event.

You can add multiple widgets under one property or create multiple properties, each with their own widgets.

What you can customize:

The table below shows which features you can customize when you add a widget and which features you can customize when you add a property. 

Feature Add a Widget Add a Property
Widget design
Widget content
Direct Chat Link
Widget Scheduler
Widget Behavior
Widget Visibility Setting
Widget Availability
Trigger messages
Property members
Knowledge Base
Chat Page
Agent Alerts
Ban list
Ticket Forwarding Email

If you have purchased Add-ons, they will work for any chat widget in the same property. You can have up to 20 widgets for each property. 

Here’s how to add an additional property to your dashboard:

To add an additional property to your website, click on the current property in the top left of your Dashboard. A list of all your properties will appear.

To add a new property to your account, click on Add Property at the bottom of the list. Then follow the prompts to set up your new property. 

Note: the field labeled “Site URL” is only for internal purposes. 

Here’s how to add an additional widget to your dashboard:

First, if you have multiple properties, check to make sure you're viewing the correct one by hovering over the hamburger icon at the top of the Dashboard.

Next, head to AdministrationChat Widget and select your widget from the pull-down menu under Chat Widget.

To create a new widget, click on the green +Add Widget button to the right of the menu and follow the prompts. 

You can have up to 20 widgets for each property.

How to add a second (or third, or fourth) widget to a website:

To add an additional property on your website, take a moment to make sure there is no site-wide chat widget installed through a plugin or in your theme settings.

Instead of adding the widget through a plugin or adding it to the HTML for your site, you will need to add a widget code to each individual page.

First, select a property in your Dashboard

Then go to AdministrationChat Widget and select the widget you would like to add.

Copy the </> Widget Code on the right of the Chat Widget Admin page. 

Choose the page on which you want to install your widget and open it in editing view.

Navigate to the script editor of your page and paste the code for your new widget just before the closing </body> tag.

Here’s an example on a WordPress theme:

Repeat, adding the widget of your choice to each page on which you would like it to appear.

That’s it — you’re done! Now your visitors can see widgets tailored for the content on your site.

Advanced options

If you want to save time with a large number of manual installations, you can add multiple widgets by modifying the widget code.

For example, for a website in more than one language, you can automatically load a widget to match the language of the page.

Learn more: Learn how to set up multiple widgets on your site with JavaScript

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