Muxgram provides a simple way for your team to send and receive text messages by seamlessly integrating with what you use every day.
You will be given a unique phone number that people can use to text message with you. You can chat with them individually or you can broadcast a message to everybody. You can also target a smaller group of people or schedule a message to be sent in the future.
There are three main ways to use your Muxgram account.
The simplest way is to use the webview. Just click on a user’s name and chat with them just like you would with any messaging app. You can get notifications about new messages via SMS, then click through to a mobile version of the webview to reply on the go.
For larger teams, you can add your Muxgram account to a Slack channel and chat with people via Slack threads. Each conversation with a user will create a new thread and to reply, just simply post a message to the thread.
For users who are comfortable with command lines, you can use the console mode. It is accessible via the webview, SMS, and Slack. The main interaction method is through handles and slash commands, which you can use to send messages, configure the account, or access special features.
We will cover these three main ways to use Muxgram in the following sections.
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