What is Simple Menu

Simple Menu will just play a greeting, and wait for the caller to press one or more digits on their keypad. Based on what was pressed, call flow is directed to a new URL (or Twimlet).

How to Use Simple Menu

Direct your call flow to this url:


Parameters to Send

The following parameters may/must be sent:

Attribute Name Allowed Values Required?
Message The URL of a media file to <Play>, or a string to <Say> to greet the caller. Y
Options[n] The URL to which call flow should be directed, if n is pressed. See examples below. N

Example Uses

Example 1

Say a greeting, and direct the caller to http://foo.com if they press 1


Example 2

Say a greeting, and direct the caller to http://foo.com if they press 1, or http://bar.com if they press 2.


Example 3

Say a greeting, and direct the caller to http://bob.com if they press 101, http://ann.com if they press 102 and http://operator.com if they press 0. (Where bob.com, ann.com and operator.com would be Twilio applications as well.)


Try It Out!

Using our Twimlet Generator, you can build up a Twimlet URL right here:

Open Source

Twimlets are open sourced, you are free to download, modify and run the code on your own server. View the Source.

Note: Uses the Open Source Twilio PHP library available on GitHub.