I’m considering installing the Twillo plugin for the purpose of implementing a group calling service. The following 7 requirements are important for me to consider, so if anyone knows more about them, please let me know.
I’ve already read this document.
I’m asking because I still didn’t know if the following 7 things are really possible. I definitely want to know if these 7 things are possible before I implement them.
Just from reading the documentation, I get the impression that some of them may not be possible.I’m also wondering if it’s possible to add functions in that case.
1.Can I use Twillo to achieve the following goals: - Group calls with 10 people, audio only.
2. To turn off video by default.
3. High Baggound call’s stability.
4. The ability for users to mute or unmute speakers by themselves.
A person with the user status of administrator can force other participants to mute. Mute is defined as preventing the other person from hearing your voice.
A person with the user status of administrator forcibly mutes another participant’s speakers. (The definition of speaker mute is to make the other person’s voice unreachable. (The definition of speaker mute is to turn the volume down to zero.
Giving the user statuses of administrator and participant on the Bubble side, and changing the logic when the mute button is pressed for each status.
The goal is to make it so that when the “mute for discussion” button is pressed, all users with the status “alive” can speak and be heard, but users with the status “dead” can hear what the other person is saying, but cannot deliver their own speech. I would like to implement a feature that would allow users with the status “dead” to listen to the other user, but not be able to deliver their own speech. I would also like to implement a feature that when the “mute” button for a task is pressed, all users with the status of “alive” will not be able to speak or listen, but users with the status of “dead” will be able to listen to others and deliver their own speech. I would like to implement this.