The contacts module syncs your device contact list with your app so you can invite users to download your app, join groups or channels, or send them media.
This module is the best to use if you want to build a Messaging App.
You can install this module in your App in the following places:
- App's Home Menu ✓
- App's Side Menu ✓
You can find the contacts module in the Communications category. Drag and drop the module into your home or side menu to install it.
This module can be duplicated in several sections in your app.
The Contacts module comprises 51 features, set as default.
1.) Account Recognition
Enables automatic recognition of the users' contacts by syncing emails and mobile numbers.
2.) Friend List
Shows a list of all the user's contacts on the application, including searching and filtering by recently added.
Shows a list of all the contacts on the user's device.
4.) Invite to Download App
For users to invite their contacts to download the app.
1.) Once you have installed the module, by dragging and dropping it in the home or side menu,
You can rename the module and choose an Android and an iOS icon for it. Click the "Configure" button to open the settings of the module.
2.) From the settings, you have the option to include ads in your app using the Google AdMob Module.
Note that you have to install the Google AdMob Module first.
Don't forget to click Save once you are done.
3.) You can include the invitation link to your app once you publish it so that when you send it to your contacts, they can download it right away.
4.) To check out the features, click on features.
It's better to add these modules to your App's Side Menu (step 3)
- Call Log: It shows your app users a log of their recent calls.
- Video/Audio Calling: It shows your app users a list of their contacts who also use your app.
- Messenger: A messenger that allows your users to chat, send photos, videos, voice notes, and files to each other.
Updated 3 days ago