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IVR module usage example: multi-level menu

Most of IVRs nowadays provide caller with the number of options that can be chosen in a multi-level menu. While this kind of IVR can be built using vanilla VoxEngine javascript code, it’s better to use helper module (Modules.IVR) we created to simplify the process. It lets developers build IVR menus in scenarios much faster and write less code for that. Let’s build the following IVR using the module:

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Phone number connected to IVR

With VoxImplant you can buy a phone number and connect it to IVR built using VoxEngine scenario in minutes. There are 2 ways of buying a phone number – using VoxImplant Control Panel or using HTTP API. After logging into the Control Panel click on the Phone Numbers menu item, you can buy phone number(s) there. Now we can build our simple IVR scenario that will handle incoming calls to this phone number, say something to the caller and record his message.

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