We are delighted with the positive response to our sixth-generation control panel, MytxtNation, and have introduced a few updates in the past week to enhance your use of our key tools.
We have now made it easier to request new services from MytxtNation. Simply visit the “All APIs” page for a clearer directory of all our available services and a new request feature, allowing you to select the mobile billing and messaging services of interest, which then gets shared with our business development teams.
An experienced representative, or your account manager if you have been assigned one, will then discuss the next steps to ensure we are all lined up. Our focus is on getting your services up and running, ensuring your compliance, technical and business needs are met.
You can find the “Request Service” button throughout MytxtNation. Click one or more services, or tell us about any bespoke needs not listed, confirm your email address or those of your partners, and submit. It’s the quickest way to tell us what you need directly from our control panel.
Our brand new Control Panel is now being tested by our teams in preparation for our upcoming public beta release. The current version of our Control Panel, version 5, has done a lot of overtime for us, having been our flagship control panel for several years.
It enabled real time statistics, service configuration, simple setup, and account balance details. We’ve listened carefully to our clients’ feedback and it’s clear we needed to bring it up to date.
The next-generation release, essentially the sixth version of our Control Panel but to be launched under the new “My.txtNation” brand, will be the main hub for your txtNation account, providing blisteringly fast account balance data, traffic activity and precise analytics, thoughtfully and beautifully presented, with great search and filtering tools. Available across web and mobile devices.
This is part of our commitment to providing you with the increased accuracy and advanced reporting we couldn’t always deliver with our current software. Our new home at My.txtNation.com will go a long way to improve visibility and we can’t wait to hear what you think.
An initial beta release should be accessible to you in September.