Since the launch of Custom Domains in January, we’ve had a lot of positive feedback. Custom Domains solve third party cookie issues, which makes the user experience a lot smoother. With some configuration on the Organization Settings backend, and waiting for responses from your DNS registrar, Owners could get Custom Domains up and running in… Continue reading Custom Domains just got better
Hello everyone. Today, we’ve released a new feature for Organizations that allows you to apply a “Verified” badge to users of your Organization. This is great if you have a guest speaker or someone else of importance, but you might not necessarily want them to have Moderation powers in the chat, or you still want… Continue reading “Verified” Badge & Second Free Trials
Hello everyone. We’re slowly rolling out a new version of the chat which greatly improve the way connections, and disconnections, are handled. With the old version of the chat, when a connection is dropped or otherwise disrupted, the chat would say “You have been disconnected” and then wait a few seconds before attempting to re-connect.… Continue reading Minnit Chat – Missed Connections
We’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback since the launch of Organizations back in November. We’re not slowing down though — we’re only just getting started. Organizations opens the door to a lot of cool features, and we’re happy to announce native support for social login providers today. This includes Google, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.… Continue reading Sign in with Google, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter
When you create a chatroom, you’re likely looking forward to the fun times you and your users will have. Whether you only need the chat for a single event, or you plan having the chat on your site for years to come, there will likely be thousands, or even hundreds of thousands, of messages sent… Continue reading How to prevent troublemakers from disrupting your chat.
Adding a group chat to your WordPress site is a great way to increase engagement and interact with your community. It’s really easy to add a chat to your website. First, create a chat here — we recommend selecting an organization when creating your chat as it gives you more control over the chat. Next,… Continue reading How to add a group chat to your WordPress site
As shown on our Pricing page, Organizations each come with a number of included chatrooms they may create. We have recently raised this limit across the board, and, to celebrate, we are now making it easier for Organization owners to choose who can, and cannot, create chatrooms. When using your Organization’s “Manage Accounts” menu, you… Continue reading Allow users to create chatrooms on your Organization
Hello everyone. We have now added the ability to run the chat from your own domain. For the more technical users: this means that you’ll be able to CNAME to our domain. Running the chat from your own domain is a great idea for a few reasons: Branding: Visitors will expect your domain name to… Continue reading Custom domains are here!
Hello everyone. To kick off the new year, we have released an update that brings along support for Zero-click SSO to Organizations. This is a solution to authenticate users in the chatroom entirely via your site’s backend, whether they’ve previously registered or not. While Minnit Chat has supported both OAuth2 and SAML2 since the launch… Continue reading Zero-Click SSO
Hello everyone. We have now added the ability to set a pinned notice in your chat for chatrooms on the Pro or Business tier. Pinned notices can be used to inform all users of important information in real-time. For instance, if your livestream is having issues, a speaker will be joining later, or other noteworthy… Continue reading New: Set a Pinned Notice in your Chat