- Go to User & Roles from the navigation menu.
- Under Custom User, go to Add Role.
- In Add Role, click on the Create Role button.
- A dialog box Add Role opens, where you can give the role name.
- Then select API Access.
- Under API Access, select Video Conferencing option.
- Once you select the Video Conferencing option, select all the required permissions.
- And click Save.
And a role for the API permission will be created.
- Now go to Add User column and click on the Create User button.
- A dialog box Add User opens. Enter the name of the user (customer) that your are going to lend this API permission.
- Then set a password for your user.
- And now, near the Role option, click the drop-down menu to select the role you have created.
- Once you select the Role, you will be provided further more options.
- So, you can set the Video Conference Limit and then Select Mode.
Note: The Production mode is secure one when compared to the Testing Mode. So you can select Testing Mode when in the case of any testing purpose otherwise, it is preferable to select the Production Mode.
- If you select the Production Mode, you will be further provided a few more options, where you have to enter the customer’s Development URL and Production URL. (You can get the Development URL and Production URL from your customer.)
Development URL– you can enter the domain URL of the customer’s local host i.e, the domain from where the app is generated.
Production URL– you can enter the URL of the domain to where the customer prefers to move the production app.
- Then click the Create button.
The API permission for your customer is created. So now, you can send the Username, Password, Server Secret Key, Native App Key and also Production URL and Development URL (for confirmation purpose) to your customer.
You can also send the below link as documentation help for your customer to get started with the video conferencing app.