Gitter is an open-source instant messaging and chat room system for developers and users of GitHub repositories. Gitter is provided as software-as-a-service, with a free option providing all basic features and the ability to create a single private chat room, and paid subscription options for individuals and organizations, which allows them to create arbitrary numbers of private chat rooms. Individual chat rooms can be created for individual git repositories on GitHub. Chatroom privacy follows the privacy settings of the associated GitHub repository: thus, a chatroom for a private (i.e. members-only) GitHub repository is also private to those with access to the repository. A graphical badge linking to the chat room can then be placed in the git repository's README file, bringing it to the attention of all users and developers of the project. Users can chat in the chat rooms, or access private chat rooms for repositories they have access to, by logging into Gitter via GitHub which does not involve sharing the user's GitHub password with Gitter.
The unofficial Gitter notifications module for WHMCS give you the ability to receive notifications in Gitter app with a setting rules that you can setup from the notifications section in WHMCS admin area. You may select multiple events within any given event category for example ticket, invoice, order, service, domain and API.
This module only works for admin staff. It doesn't work for your clients.
After installing the Gitter notifications module for WHMCS you need to register at Gitter website https://gitter.im/login?action=login&source=intro-login and create an access token by going to https://developer.gitter.im/apps then setup the access token until you get the access token code after that enter the access token in the Gitter notifications module also you can select default room and select default username. From the notifications section you can create a new notification rule from there you can select a rule name and choose an event also you may select multiple events within any given event category for example ticket, invoice, order, service, domain and API. You can apply some conditions to the notification to restrict when the rule is executed.
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