In order to start using Unifonic Voice APIs to send voice calls, you might find that you require a component - audioId, which points to the audio file that is going to be played on the call. This Audio File needs to be pre-approved by Unifonic according to local regulations.
Similarly, this audio file can be used on your Voice Campaigns too.
Login to Unifonic Console, and navigate to the Audio Library
- Click on the green button, "ADD NEW AUDIO".
Specify an audio name for your audio file
There are 5 categories to choose from:
|messages of a commercial or marketing nature for products or services or for the collection or reminding of donations.
|high priority electronic messages with a warning content sent by competent government agencies to warn of an imminent or occurred event, provided that, these messages be for people in the danger zone only.
|messages with awareness or guidance content sent to all users (or specific categories) by entities of legal nature such as government agencies, banks, hospitals, and others.
|messages that are personal in nature, such as special greetings or p2p calling
|messages for the purpose of providing him/her with a contracted service, or to inform him/her of operations performed on that service, its features and options. Moreover, providing a personal or automated notification such as payment reminders or appointments reminders or for the purpose of electronic authentication to confirm his possession of the mobile number such as access to sites or electronic software, at the request or consent of the user.
Here, there are two options
- Upload File: Upload an mp3 or wav file from your local device
- Convert Text to Speech: Select a language and convert a string of text into an audio file
The status of the audio file will remain in "Pending", until a Unifonic Administrator tends to it. If an audio file approval needs to be expedited, please contact [email protected]
After your audio has been successfully uploaded, a Unifonic Administrator will either approve or reject your audio file within 24 hours.
Once the status becomes approved, you will also receive an email notification on the outcome. The Audio ID then becomes visible, which can then be used for your API payload. And the audio file can now be used in your Voice Campaigns too.
If an audio is rejected, the rejection reason will also be made available on the status field.
Typically, it is not necessary to delete an audio file as it may cause unforeseen problems in your integrations that might be relying on the existence of this audio file. However, if need to, you may simply check a box and click on the Delete option.
Updated 4 months ago