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    Hi,

    Thank you for choosing tawk.to and for reaching out.

    We currently don’t have a feature for changing the margin settings of the chat widget.

    The tawk.to chat widget offers six different positions from which you can choose: top and bottom corners, middle-right side and middle-left side.

    We have just released a major update to our chat widget. You can now set a separate position for your chat widget on Desktop and mobile devices.

    Follow these steps to change the position of the chat widget on mobile:

    1. Click the Administration cog in the lower-left corner of your Dashboard.
    2. Select Chat Widget.
    3. Under Widget Appearance, select Advanced.
    4. Under Mobile Widget, select your preferred Mobile Widget Position.

    Helpful link: https://help.tawk.to/article/customizing-the-widget-header-and-body-cards

    Should you have any questions, require assistance, or just want to talk to someone at tawk.to, here is a link to my calendar: https://calendly.com/siennarubio/30min. I’d be happy…

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    Nik commented  · 

    Hi Tawk team! Is there any progress on this issue? This is really a problem for me to try to change the way how the bubble is shown on mobile version. We have SPA with bootstrap4 which is collapsing the header menu into mobile version and we have to add a fixed menu to the bottom of the page. Thus the very same bubble on desktop may look fine in the right bottom corner while on mobile version is overlapping the fixed menu so that the right button in it is not clickable. If I set the position of the bubble to the middle of the page, then it looks ugly on desktop. Is there an easy way to customize the `ResetStyle` in the source code so that I do not have to invent the way to overwrite it? On the scroll hitting the top or the bottom of the website it is resetting the `style` attribute so any efforts to rewrite the style on the script load are then gone.

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