Twilio is a cloud communications platform as a service company. Twilio allows software developers to programmatically make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, and perform other communication functions using its web service APIs.

Account integration using API key

To begin, you will need:
STEP 1: Open your Twilio project dashboard.
STEP 2: Copy both the displayed Account SID and Auth Token.
STEP 3: In iMBrace, select Credential and click the [ADD NEW] button.
STEP 4: Select Twilio API in the Integrations section.
STEP 5: Paste the Account SID and Auth Token.
STEP 6: In Twilio, click the [Account] on the top-right corner and select the [API keys & tokens] from the drop-down list.
STEP 7: Verify for the access if you haven’t done so.
STEP 8: Click on the [Create API key] button.
STEP 9: Enter a name in the Friendly Name field (In this case, iMBrace).
STEP 10: Click on the [Create API Key] button.
STEP 11: Copy both the displayed SID and Secret.
STEP 12: In iMBrace, paste the SID and Secret in the API Key SID field and API Key Secret field accordingly.
STEP 13: Click on the [CREATE] button.
DONE: The credential can then be used for Twilio nodes.
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