Support » Plugin: DoLogin Security » Change text of SMS

  • Hello,
    I really like this pluign! Great work. I would like to change the text send in the SMS, but I couldn’t find it in the settings. Is this somehow possible?

    Thanks in advance,
    Meike

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  • Plugin Author WPDO

    (@wpdo5ea)

    It is hardcoded in plugin. If the reason you want to change it is language concern, you can translate the plugin by https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/dologin/

    Thread Starter merkwert

    (@merkwert)

    Hi,
    I just translated the plugin into German. But actually I did not find the text message sent. So if you add this text I can translate it.
    Best regards,
    Meike

    Plugin Author WPDO

    (@wpdo5ea)

    Thanks for the feedback. The text can be translated now in v2.9.3.

    Thread Starter merkwert

    (@merkwert)

    Thanks for adding. Actually I have a few questions concerning this text message: What does tag mean in this context and is it necessary to send this information to the user? It is a bit confusing. I could imagine user filling in the tag not the dynamic code. Also I would like to question if the send from information and the end of the text (text STOP to stop) should be send.
    I am currently developing a Web-platform for people who are not very internet savvy. So I have to keep everything as simple as possible.

    Thread Starter merkwert

    (@merkwert)

    Hi, did you find some time to think about it. I would highly appreciate an answer. So I can decide whether to use your plugin or not.
    Thanks,
    Meike

    Plugin Author WPDO

    (@wpdo5ea)

    Hi @merkwert

    The end part of the content is from the sms gateway. It’s good to provide a way that anyone received the message is able to unsubscribe. Does that make sense?

    The tag is a mark to let user know which message is latest one in use. As user may send couple.

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