|Getting Started With Missed Call IVR Logic
We are happy to announce the release of a Basic Parser
for Missed Call IVR.
Now you can build your own powerful missed call IVR
logic, but using simple XML Tags.
Below is the brief documentation on the tags. ( We
call them, DialPlates )
How It Works:
1. You create a static / dynamic DialPlate and upload
it to your server
( Static: http://yourSite.com/DialPlateABC.xml /
Dynamic: http://yourSite.com/DialPlateABC.php )
2. Dial2verify attaches phone number to the DialPlate
logic provided at the above URL / EndPoint.
3. Dial2verify converts DialPlate logic into Missed
Call IVR at Run time.
All the tags should fall between <DialPlate> and
When a call is dialed to Missed call number, Dial2verify
sends Caller's phone number as a URL GET parameter to your DialPlate URL.
1) Say: Used for converting Text To Speech, Anything you
write between <Say> and </Say> would be converted to speech and
prompted over a missed call.
<Say>Hello and welcome to the feedback over a missed call
2) Stream: This tag is used to play Mp3 / Wav files. String
written between <Stream> and </Stream> should be a valid URL to the
Mp3 / Wav file.
3) Listen: This tag would allow you to receive an input from
the end user.
You can send the input received from user to the remote URL, which in turn can
provide the further IVR flow.
<Listen post="http://YourSite/IVR_Step2.php" >
<Say>If you liked this demo, Please press
<Say>If you hated this demo, Please press
<Say>If you would like to get in touch with us, Please
press 3, followed by HASH key</Say>
would first play the tags embedded between <Listen> and </Listen>
tags, and then would send
information to the 'post' url.
The information is
sent as a GET request in below format,
Now above URL can in
turn generate a DialPlate response, Which would continue the IVR flow, to Step2
Feel free to reach us at email@example.com should you
wish to get a dedicated number to setup your own missed call IVR flow.
* At present Dial2verify would support an IVR for only 45