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Chat mode controller | plugin

Chat mode controller

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Published Dec 13 '16

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Plugin title Chat mode controller
Item published Sergey Pryadkin
Category Optimization
Price $12
Compatible with 1.8.0, 1.8.1, 1.8.2, 1.8.3, 1.8.4
License OSCL
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Description
Almost 100% of user utilize messages for the site communication.
Mailbox plugin works well, however there's one thing that annoys users the most, which is popup chat window on every page reload or wh...
Almost 100% of user utilize messages for the site communication.
Mailbox plugin works well, however there's one thing that annoys users the most, which is popup chat window on every page reload or when a user gets new message.
This plugin allows users to configure the auto display mode of this popup window.
The option is added by the plugin in the My preferences section.
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Total product rate

Based on 4 reviews

Customer reviews

Kevin
Just what we needed - 5 Stars

This is exactly what we needed. During testing with members with the Chat, anyone who had a mobile was not happy that the chat window popped up and took over the screen. (A lot different from when you are on a browser.) This Plugin changes the default behavior to simply notify, and the member can decide when to open. Not only that every member can choose to switch to auto-open if they desire. Great plugin and awesome support. Very happy. (Running on Oxwall v1.84 Browser, iPad, iPhone, Android)

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Kevin,
Dec 14 '16

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