We are striving to constantly improve the features and service offering at OggChat. Today, we have released a new chat command: #bye
This command will allow operators to close a chat window with a site visitor or customer once the chat session is finished rather than waiting on the user to close the window.
If you have suggestions for making OggChat better, let us know by going to http://oggchat.com and click the "Just click to chat now..." button and let us know about your ideas.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
With OggChat on your WordPress blog, you can now engage directly with site visitors using OggChat and your GMail account.
WordPress Setup Instructions for OggChat:
- Login to the Admin section of your WordPress Site (usually www.yourdmain.com/wp-admin)
- On the left-hand side bar, under Plugins, click Add New
- On the right-hand side, click Install
- In the pop-up installer box, click the orange Install Now button in the upper-right corner
- This will take yo to the Plugin Installing status page. Once the plugin is finished installing, click Activate Plugin
- On the left-hand side bar, under Appearance, click Widgets
- Click, Hold, and Drag the widget to the appropriate sidebar on the right-hand side of the screen
- Your OggChat box is now active on your website!
We've had a number of requests from customers wanting to know how to include OggChat in their Blogger.com Blog. With OggChat on your blog, you can now engage directly with blog visitors using OggChat and your GMail account.
Blogger Setup Instructions:
- Login to the Admin section of your Blogger Site (www.blogger.com)
- Select the Dashboard
- Click Layout
- Select the Add a Gadget link
- Enter a Title for your OggChat Gadget
- Copy and Paste the OggChat Website Code into the Text Box.
- Click Save
- Your OggChat Gadget is now active on your blog!