Add static ID or Class to Iframes
To make changes to Tawk.to App stuff you have to access the Iframes document object model.
Its not too hard but for convience it would be nice if each iframe had a static ID or Class.
Atm everytime you refresh the page the id's refresh to a new unique one.
And they dont have an actuall class.
To All Our Valued Users, Thank you for choosing tawk.to and for reaching out. We currently don't have a static ID or Iframes in our documentation. We've acknowledged your request and have forwarded it to the dev team. They will work with this suggestion and will add the feature in due course. If you have any other questions, require assistance, or just want to talk to someone at tawk.to, here is our calendar link: https://calendly.com/tawk-to-support/tawk-to-customer-support. We're happy to help!
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Benton Russel commented
Obviously, it's really dated, yet so monster!
Denis Simonis commented
Notwithstanding, you should focus in on a piece of this stuff.
Jackie Ottosen commented
So about that unique identifies? Are they coming soon? This would help me so much
Why hasn't this been implemented yet. Literally should have had this out the box. Get it together Tawk.to
Lauren Strider commented
Hmmm, seems simple enough but with a huge potential impact.
Jammison Persival commented
Whoa I didn't know we could edit the app like that.
Would love to see some unique static traits
I agree this would make edits so much easier!