The Dashboard shows the overall statistics on the performance and status of your SMS
marketing. Keep track of everything in near real time and see how well your campaigns are
performing, where your subscribers are coming from, and how well you are performing. View
the detailed statistics in the form of charts on various parameters.
To manage Dashboard, follow the steps given below.
1. Navigate to the Dashboard option in the side menu.
The Dashboard page will be displayed.
The Dashboard Profile provides information on items such as Primary Number, SMS Credits,
Voice Credits and Timezone.
The Primary Number is the first number assigned to your account. This will be the number all
outgoing and incoming messages will be sent from/to.
To get a primary number or add a secondary number, follow the steps given below.
1. Click Get New Number.
The Phone Number Search dialog will be displayed.
2. The required country from the Country dropdown list will automatically be selected based
on the country in which you registered your account with. For example, if you created an
account in the United States, then you will only have access to get numbers from the United
3. Select the type to search phone number from the Select Type drop down list.
4. Click Search.
The search parameters can vary depending on what country you are searching for. Some
countries allow searching on area code and zip code. You may also see different options
depending on system setup.
Note: The 1st number (primary) is always free and included with your account. However,
depending on system configuration, if you need additional(secondary) numbers, you may need
to purchase a numbers subscription package first, which will give you access to purchase that
many more numbers depending on the package you purchased. The popup window you will see
in this case is below.
The Choose a Phone Number dialog will be displayed.
5. Click Get this Number link in the row of the phone number you want.
The new phone number will now be added to your account and ready to use.
The SMS Credits simply shows how many SMS credits the user has left in their account. In the
example here, 9992 SMS Credits are present.
The Voice Credits simply shows how many voice credits the user has left in their account. In the
example here, 9996 voice credits are present.