Screenshot showing an sms conversation Then Dominican Republic Phone select Fetch & Continue. Screenshot showing a message creation page on Twilio Dominican Republic Phone You should see “Test Successful” on the screen. View the test data and ensure your message (in Dominican Republic Phone this case I sent “howdy!”) was received. Screenshot showing the test successful page on Twilio Select Dominican Republic Phone Continue then Continue again after choosing Send SMS as your trigger response. Screenshot Dominican Republic Phone showing settings on the Twilio dashboard You’ll now be asked to select another Twilio
account for handling the outbound message.
Screenshot showing the Dominican Republic Phone
Simply select your existing Twilio Dominican Republic Phone connection. This means Zapier handles inbound as well as outbound triggers, which you want. Now the fun part. Map your variables Dominican Republic Phone like the screenshot below: Screenshot showing a settings Dominican Republic Phone page on the Twilio dashboard From Number: your Twilio number. Alphanumeric Sender Dominican Republic Phone ID: (leave blank!). To Number: your personal cell phone, labeled “From” in the drop-down menu options. Message: input anything here, like “hi back!” (you’ll change it later). Media URL: optional; you can link to a [public] image file here. Note: including a Media URL will increase the cost to $0.02 or $0.03 per sent text.
Map your variables like the screenshot Dominican Republic Phone
Which is 2-4x more expensive than a Dominican Republic Phone text-only message. Select Continue then send an SMS on the next page. You should instantly receive a message to your personal cell phone. Screenshot showing the iOS messages app Now you have a working autoreply to Dominican Republic Phone your Twilio number. Select Finish to save the Zap. To recap: Our Twilio number costs $1 per Dominican Republic Phone month. Each text-only message costs < $0.01. We haven’t personalized messages or integrated marketing automation tools (yet).