Chatwing Development Team, a creator of handy blog applications, stated that it has released three new form factors for its chat widget that can be accessed by users in the shoutbox dashboard. Each form factor reportedly has its own distinctive use and strength.
The Chatwing chat application has also been upgraded with other useful features like social media options, quick installation, conversation control, and unlimited chat box creation.
A ‘box’ style form factor allows the Chatwing app to be embedded into a micro-chatroom form that delivers lively conversations to other people. Users have the option to login as guest or use their social media accounts for logging in. They can also use the Chatwing’s avatars available to them with various ‘pop’ references.
A ‘Pop-up window’ form factor is beneficial for users who demand to add more widgets to their blogs. It supposedly saves valuable blog space and chat facilities are offered through a chat button instead of a chatroom.
The newest form factor is stated to be the direct link option which lets users create their own username and shortcut. The objective of this particular form factor is to transform the chat app into mobile-friendly and handy, and can be used to start private group chats.
Users can embed the Chatwing widget to give their site visitors a real-time communication tool and it is available to them as an embeddable widget or a pop-out button. They also have the option to customize the color and size of the chat tool
Chatwing claimed that its chat app has all the necessary features to enhance the field of web communication. Easy installation and high customization mechanisms make Chatwing’s shoutbox stay ahead from other chat applications available on the web and the company plans and releases new updates as often as possible.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman