Yes, there are two different ways to do this: When you create Talk.User’s in your code you can set the email attribute to null, or you when you add users to a conversation you can set ‘notify’ to false for the participation settings: talkjs.com/docs/api/classes/conversationbuilder.html#setparticipant
Yes, there is no difference between the test and live version in relation to CSS. We’ve built Themes for this purpose. A theme is a CSS file with a limited set of properties, which allow you to tune the look and feel of the UI. Think fonts, borders, colors, and so on. The core chat […]
you can go to the live view in the TalkJS dashboard and click on ‘import from test app’. This will copy your test configuration to your live configuration.
You can create a free account at our website Talkjs.com and then you will receive a Test app ID. The moment you decide you would like to move on, you receive a Live app ID and you can switch.
When you sign up at TalkJS, you receive two different ‘apps’. The first one is for the testing environment, and whenever you go through the checkout process you will receive a new app ID.