Welcome to “Chat” — the ultimate website chat plugin! Getting live chat on your site has never been so easy. This plugin lets you set up public chat sessions, one-on-one chat session, chat sessions between users on your site, BuddyPress Group chats, BuddyPress Friend chats, and more.
Take a look at the video intro below, and then read on for more details.
Here’s a quick overview of some of the highlights for this plugin
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A Look at “Chat” in Action
Just drop in this plugin, activate it and you can easily run as many live chats as you want, on any page or post on your marketing site.
There are essentially four different types of chat you can enable:
- Corner Chat
- In-Page / In-Post Chat
- Chat Widget
- BuddyPress Group Chat (customizable for each group)
Including gravatars, emoticons, logs and a raft of customization options – this plugin will cover all your needs.
Users and visitors can login with their WordPress or BuddyPress usernames as public users, and then can also login with Twitter, Google+, or Facebook!
Integrate it with BuddyPress:
Use it for BuddyPress Groups:
Users can choose their status:
Users can initiate in-corner chats with online friends:
(needs BuddyPress or the Friends plugin)
And, as we mentioned, before there are almost unlimited options, you can:
- Enable or disable bottom corner chat
- Turn chat sounds on or off
- Enable or disable avatars
- Enable or disable emoticons
- Choose to show date or time of posts
- Set the dimensions of chat windows
- Select every color of the chat background to match your site
- Select different fonts and font sizes to match your site
- Choose to create and display chat logs – great for SEO!
- Turn on and off login by public users, current WordPress users, Facebook and Twitter
- See bottom of this post for the different options windows
Let’s take a look at some of those settings.
Even control the look of the message itself:
Position it where you like:
Set up chat so that users can log in with Google+, Facebook, and Twitter
Configure how and were users should appear in the message box:
Block users by blocking IP addresses:
Limit number of messages shown, hide messages from appearing on certain URLs, and more:
Decide if you want a WYSIWYG button to appear on your editor
Choose which types of pages it should appear on (for posts, pages, products, etc), and for whom (admins, editors, authors, etc.):