a HTML5 hosted social chat room service, flexible for any website
RumbleTalk group chats are hosted on RumbleTalk servers. This means you won’t have to install any software or worry about bandwidth, server performance or maintenance. We've done the work for you.
RumbleTalk group chat enables participants to chat as a group and privately. Private conversations can be text, audio and even video. We've implemented the latest Google WebRTC technology, which means your users won't have to install any software to make private audio and video calls.
Add images to the group chat directly from your own pc or mobile device.
It's also easy to add documents, excel files, power point presentations, pdfs and more directly to the chat room.
Record up to 10 seconds of audio and send to the group chat audience.
Users can embed YouTube and Vimeo videos in the group chat by sharing the link. The video will automatically appear with a play button ready to watch within the chat.
Users can invite friends from Facebook and Twitter directly from the chat room. Your audience will also have the ability to share comments from the group chat on Facebook and Twitter.
Chat room administrators can delete single messages using the options available within the room.
Administrators have several tools to effectively moderate group chats. Users can be disconnected as a warning or banned entirely based on their IP address so that they will not be able to login again. But we didn’t stop there, any participating user has the ability to ignore another user’s private & public messages in the chat.
If your users have logged in with their Twitter or Facebook account, their profile information will show in the list of group chat users.
The RumbleTalk HTML5 group chat can be added to any page. It is fully responsive and will fit itself to the space you give it. We've designed our group chat to seamlessly and beautifully display on everything from smart phones to smart TV’s.
RumbleTalk group chats can also be embedded as a floating icon in the lower corner of the window. This option is available as users scroll up and down the page and uses less space overall.
RumbleTalk group chats can be customized to allow up to four login options. Group chat owners can choose to allow users to log in with Facebook, Twitter, as a guest, or as a pre-defined user. If you have your own user base, RumbleTalk API integration allows your users to be automatically logged in with the authenticated user name from your site.
RumbleTalk group chat can be integrated in Facebook pages. This group chat option is then synced to all other occurrences of the chat window allowing you to capture a larger audience..
The same group chat window can be placed across many websites or pages and the conversation is automatically synced. This means your customers can browse your content while remaining engaged in the online community.
We’ve taken care of security too. RumbleTalk uses SSL/TLS security to protect your conversations and users’ information.
Set up is made easy with a vast library of premade themes. You can use a theme as is or tweak the settings to truly capture your desired look.
RumbleTalk group chat can be designed to fit any style. Our admin panel allows easy customization options for everything from fonts to background images.
For more advanced users, RumbleTalk group chat allows full CSS customization for both (and separate) web and mobile browsers.
Notifications for new messages, users, calls and more can all be customized. Our admin panel allows you to choose a different sound for each action or disable one or all notification sounds entirely.
A RumbleTalk group chat history can be automatically archived for three months. During this time, you can easily export your conversation history as an HTML file.
Group chat owners can designate “Administrators” to moderate your conversation. Administrators can delete messages, disconnect users, and ban IP addresses.
RumbleTalk has a bank of emoticons for your group chat. Choose to use all, some or none in the admin panel, you have full control.
Group chats can be open for the public or restricted to a set list of participants. Within each chat, messages can be sent for all participants to see and participants can be allowed to send private messages to each other.