Showing posts with label zoho. Show all posts
Showing posts with label zoho. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Meet our new Live Chat

In our previous post we informed that the Live Chat feature on our websites and in the server console apps stopped working and we had to find another solution to provide instant technical support and reply to pre-sales inquiries for our clients and visitors. That did not take much time so meet an all-new Live Chat that is already available on and other websites.

This Live Chat is provided by Zoho (the same vendor as we used before) and in comparison with the old text chat form it brings new great and useful functions. Now the Live Chat form supports file transfers so it is easy for us and for remote customer to exchange files and data. Another great apportunity is the desktop sharing feature. Now we can request a remote user to show his desktop window that lets much quicker and instant resolution in many cases.

We will implement and add the new text chat functionality to the new version of Bopup Communication Server software too.

Have questions on Bopup IM software? Just open website and click Live Chat float button on the left of the screen.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Bopup IM Live Chat is changed but working again

We were experiencing troubles with our Live Chat function on the website in the past few months because the messenger form stopped working in the middle of August 2012. That was very annoying issue and problem for us and our customers. Since our Live Chat feature was based on Windows Live Messenger platform we tried to find some references on Microsoft's website and support forums. But nothing and no one helped us.

We also noticed that a lot of Windows Live platform has been changed in the past months, like, websites, and thought all the time that the issue we are having with the Live Chat form is a temporary problem. But we were in wrong...

Confirmed: Microsoft To Kill Windows Live Messenger in 2013
Microsoft has officially confirmed that the company will discontinue Windows Live Messenger in 2013, moving all users over to Skype in Q1. This move will include migrating Messenger’s 100 million users to Skype’s platform.

That's the reason why we were having troubles with our Live Chat website form all the past time — Microsoft is slowly killing services related to Windows Live Messenger platform.

Today we migrated and started to use a new Live Chat feature, it looks simply and works like the form from Microsoft. Thus our Live Chat function has been restored and now available on our websites again. Welcome!