This topic lists all web parts that accommodate the different functions of the Chat module on the live site.
The Chat web part combines all the web parts described in the following text into one. It provides a ready-to-use solution to be placed on a page without additional configuration.
Other web parts in this topic can be placed either all together on a single page, or separately on multiple pages while the web parts ensure redirection between the pages.
Enables users to log into chat. When logged in, displays the login status, a link to change nickname and the Leave button.
Displays a list of available rooms and a button to create a new one if the current user is allowed to do so.
Provides a list of users currently on-line in the chat. Additionally, it allows to initiate one-on-one chat with an on-line user.
Allows to find a particular user among the users currently on-line.
Displays the list of users who joined a particular chat room along with their on-line state.
Displays the name of the room the user is currently in.
Allows users to send a message to the current chat room.
Displays the messages posted to the current chat room.
Displays a button to leave the current room.
Displays notifications about various events, such as receiving an invitation to a room.
Displays a button that users can use to request chat with a support person.
Allows support personnel to start chatting with the visitor who is viewing the page with this web part.
Allows to define a message, with which it will automatically address the visitor who is viewing the page with this web part.