Get Started with Twilio Voice: Say a Message & Greet Caller By Name Quickstart Screencasts

We recently published the final two PHP SMS Quickstart Screencasts in our Twilio SMS Quickstart series, and now it’s time to get started with Twilio Voice. These two new screencasts kick off our Voice Quickstart series, providing an easy, visual way to build Voice applications using Twilio.

In this first Voice Quickstart Screencast, you will learn how to <Say> a message, which gives you access to a powerful text-to-speech engine that can be used for notifications or saying dynamic text that you cannot pre-record.

In the second Voice Quickstart Screencast, you will learn how to Greet a Caller By Name which allows you to take <Say> a step further and generate dynamic speech based on a variable.

If you are new to Twilio, I recommend watching the first screencast to familiarize yourself with the basics of purchasing a phone number and replying to an SMS message via TwiML.

Revisit Twilio SMS Quickstart Screencasts

Get Started with Twilio SMS: Receiving Incoming Text Messages

Get Started With Twilio SMS: Replying to Incoming Messages

Get Started With Twilio SMS: Sending SMS Messages

Get Started With Twilio SMS: SMS Conversations and Messages within a Call

You can reach me at jonmarkgo@twilio.com or @jonmarkgo on Twitter with feedback or requests so that I can continue to refine and improve the screencasts over the course of the series.