Chatwing claimed that its global chat widget is loaded with advanced features like high customization and social media integration and is capable of catering to users’ high-end chatting requirements.
The Chatwing chatbox is stated to be reliable, easy-to-install and is available to users free of charge. One can also customize every aspect of the tool utilizing its CSS (News - Alert) customization feature.
The company explained that its free chatbox is intended and developed to address the evolving needs of the general Web surfers when it comes to chatting and users can easily embed the chatbox into their website to give their site visitors a real-time communication tool. The chatbox is available to them as an embeddable widget or a pop-out button and can be installed within a matter of minutes. After installation, there are also provisions available within the tool that lets users to engage their visitors in a trouble-free manner.
Chatwing can be an alternative and online chat solution for bloggers and websites to offer live chat on sites and provide a great interactive experience for users. The free shoutbox and chat box chatwing delivers is the best free solution online and the chatbox widget is available in three different form factors each with distinctive style and use.
Another useful feature of this free chatbox is the social media integration – users can either sign in as a guest or use their social media accounts to login and start sharing message and content with their followers and friends. Users can also contact each other directly using the reply feature.
Chatwing’s free shoutbox reportedly has a moderator feature that allows users to assign moderators to each existing chat tool and these moderators must also have a Chatwing account. Accounts can be created by signing up at Chatwing's home page.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman