This simulator lets you send test messages exactly as they would come from TextIt. Once you set a webhook URL
you can then pick any message to simulate.
The simulator will work even if your webhook URL is on localhost, though
in that case you will need to make sure to set a header of
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * in your
You can configure the URL to use during simulation below. Once you are satisfied your webhook is working
as expected, you can configure your WebHook by editing your Android settings.
Sent when your channel receives a new SMS message
Sent when your channel has confirmed it has sent an outgoing SMS
Sent when your channel receives a delivery report for an outgoing SMS
Sent when your channel receives an incoming call that was picked up
Sent when your channel receives an incoming call that was missed
Sent when your channel places an outgoing call that was connected
Sent when your channel places an outgoing call that was not connected
Sent when we detects either a low battery, unsent messages, or lack of connectivity for your channel
Sent when a user reaches an API node in a flow