Offer more themes for the chat window
The current embed widget doesn't work well for all website themes. It would be great if you offered several different styles of embed widgets or allowed full CSS customization.
Hi dear tawkers,
It’s been a while since this has been visited but we have made several improvements to the widget styling but we know that you want A LOT more.
No worries, this is still in the plans, we just need to develop a few other important features before we start tackling this.
Will keep you updated!
Yes, we need this badly.
This poses a problem.
What if the website is already using FontAwesome? It would create additional load time to load double the files and they are huge. If implemented, it should check to see if FontAwesome is already loaded and used existing load.
Just as the title says. I've adjusted the skin, but I'm also stuck with the white border around the whole thing. I would like to remove it, or at least allow us to modify/set the border.
Rajesh Prakash commented
Anything onn this yet?
This is the only reason why im about to delete this...
simply not good enough
I agree this is horrible
Martin Becker commented
I think it would be great if it would be Possible to switch between designs or even modify some css code
Possibility to change the font and font sizes of the widget
Make it able to transform the mobile button (Size, shape, transparency, offer different themes of the icon or allow to upload one).
And also to stay on the same page while chatting (not opening in a new window, because it looks like an add ...)
Yes, early March 2016 and we'd like to see the color notification as well.
When setting a white backgroud, the pop-out, minimize and close/end chat buttons are not visible.
custom css for chat, change font-family, font-size and so on, also if i would be able to translate evry text for myself
Advice Guy commented
The default font is small on my screen, I'd like to be able to adjust that.
In some cases the chat widget box can obscure certain things on pages. There should be an option in the color schemes to adjust the opacity of each color. There is a way to do it with hex coding, but this site does not allow custom hex codes like this.
Saurabh Sonar commented
I have seen one feature with other chat script, where while texting with the client we can modify the last texted message line, for e.g. If we misspelled something we would able to modify that message with correction and send it again over. It will not sent as a new message it will just modify the text which were changed in that message,
Just a advice this feature can be great and can enhance the scope too.
My website have an option to change theme. I can change everything's color but cant change color of tawk.to. I know its changable in settings but It changing for all users. I think colors should change in script too.
The default font that users see is some serif font like Times New Roman or something. But the chat thread is in a much nicer font. It would be nice if the admin could change the user font OR make the default font something way less harsh.
It would be great it we could make further customizations to the styling of the chat widget. The elements I'd particularly like to be able to customize include the following:
Header Text: Set the font family, font size, font style (such as bold, italicized, etc.)
Text directly below the header: font color (the light gray color currently used is somewhat difficult to read), tex alignment (would like to left-align this text instead of it being centered as it currently is)
Questions/options text: font color, line height (currently it's a little too bunched together IMO), be able to put the question outside the text box for the "Add question with textarea" option (instead of the question being a placeholder within the textbox like it is now)
Chat window styling: be able to increase/decrease the width of the border around the chat window, be able to remove the border entirely if we want
Footer Text: Basically the same as the header text; set the font family, font size, font style (such as bold, italicized, etc.)
Thanks in advance for your consideration of my suggestions!