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Twebcast chat feature: Live and regular chat options

Twebcast offers both Live and Regular chat options. Regular chat is ideal for smaller audiences and shorter chats, while Live chat can handle larger audiences and high volumes of posts.

Regular chat: Similar to Facebook threads

Twebcast's regular chat feature works similarly to Facebook threads. Users can reply to messages and respond with emojis. Additionally, users can post photos directly in the chat. This chat is ideal for slightly smaller audiences of up to 1000 people and chats that are not open for a very long time.

Live chat: Ideal for large audiences and high volumes of posts

Twebcast's live chat feature is designed to handle large flows of posts for audiences with thousands of viewers. While it does not have as much extended functionality as the Regular Chat feature, it offers the ability to handle high volumes of posts in a short time. The Live Chat feature only keeps the last 20 posts in memory, so as new posts arrive, the first post in memory is deleted. This allows participants' browsers and Twebcast's servers to efficiently handle large amounts of posts.

Chat

In Twebcast, there are two different types of chats which differ slightly. The different versions are good for different things.

Regular chat:

The regular chat works a bit like a facebook thread. You can reply to messages and you can respond to posts with emojis. In addition to this basic functionality, you can also open up for photo posts directly in the chat. This chat is well suited for slightly smaller audiences (up to 1000 people) as well as for chats that are not open for a very long time.

Live chat:

This type of chat can handle very large flows of posts but does not have as extended functionality. Imagine a fast flow of comments flowing past the screen, it's a live chat. For audiences with thousands of viewers, this is the best option. A live chat only keeps the last 20 posts in memory, as soon as a new one arrives, the first post in memory is deleted. This means that the participants' browsers and Twebcast's servers can handle large amounts of posts in a short time.

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Chat

In Twebcast, there are two different types of chats which differ slightly. The different versions are good for different things.

Regular chat:

The regular chat works a bit like a facebook thread. You can reply to messages and you can respond to posts with emojis. In addition to this basic functionality, you can also open up for photo posts directly in the chat. This chat is well suited for slightly smaller audiences (up to 1000 people) as well as for chats that are not open for a very long time.

Live chat:

This type of chat can handle very large flows of posts but does not have as extended functionality. Imagine a fast flow of comments flowing past the screen, it's a live chat. For audiences with thousands of viewers, this is the best option. A live chat only keeps the last 20 posts in memory, as soon as a new one arrives, the first post in memory is deleted. This means that the participants' browsers and Twebcast's servers can handle large amounts of posts in a short time.

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