When sending messages to different countries, customers are obligated to
comply with all applicable regulations and requirements pertaining to
that country. The Sinch Customer Dashboard contains comprehensive
Country Information pages, which detail r...
Sinch Conversation API allow you send messages across multiple messaging
channels. Once you have configured all your channels, you can reorder
the channels according to your preferences and priorities. Learn more
about the value of prioritizing your ...
Timestamps in Sinch APIs are used for expressing a moment in time.
They're represented using the ISO-8601 standard. Examples of timestamps
are the fields send_at and expire_at in the Send a batch message
operation. A time offset can be specified in a...
Null values in the Sinch APIs can be omitted in requests and will be
omitted in responses. In some cases, explicitly setting null will
overwrite a previously set value with null. See Update a group for an
example. New features might result in additio...
Conversation API provides a single, channel-agnostic API that can be
used to reach recipients across multiple channels. Sinch takes care of
channel integration, content support, contact opt in, capability checks
and more. To get started you need to r...
No it is not possible to use the Sinch platform as a standalone app. We
recommend you reach out to our online sales team: firstname.lastname@example.org or you
can log a ticket with them using email@example.com and they will be
able to discuss with you the simpl...