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Twilio API Integrations

Build and run workflows using the Twilio API. Use 1000s of open source triggers and actions across 500+ apps. Or write custom code to integrate any app or API in seconds.

return await require("@pipedreamhq/platform").axios(this, {
  url: `https://api.twilio.com/2010-04-01/Accounts.json`,
  auth: {
    username: `${auths.twilio.Sid}`,
    password: `${auths.twilio.Secret}`,
  },
})
Send an SMS

Sends a new SMS message

 
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Make a Phone Call

Make a phone call, passing text that Twilio will speak to the user

 
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POST /Accounts/{AccountSid}/Messages

To send a new outgoing message, make an HTTP POST to your Messages list resource URI

 
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Get Message

Gets a single message specified by the provided Message {SID}.

 
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Get Messages

Gets a list of messages associated with your account. The list includes paging information.

 
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Public Twilio workflows

Automatically text a link to your latest Peloton workout as soon as you finish so you can #humblebrag to your friends

 
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Authentication

Twilio uses API keys for authentication. When you connect your Twilio account, Pipedream securely stores the keys so you can easily authenticate to Twilio APIs in both code and no-code steps.

In Twilio, create an API key. There are two types of keys: Master and Standard. You'll need a Master key to interact with certain API endpoints, like /Accounts. If you don't need to interact with those endpoints, you can use a Standard key.

Once created, you'll receive an Sid and Secret here that you should enter in the corresponding fields below.

Then, in your Twilio Dashboard, you'll see your Account SID listed near the top. This is required for certain API operations. Enter that in the AccountSid field below.

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How Our Family Uses SMS and Smart Picture Frames to Connect During Remote Holidays
How Our Family Uses SMS and Smart Picture Frames to Connect During Remote Holidays
Two days before Thanksgiving, I decided to put together a simple way for our family to share pictures, because we couldn’t be together in person. The idea: smart photo frames that everyone could text pictures to. Here’s how I got it working. tldr; A Pipedream workflow parses SMS messages sent to a Twilio phone number, extracting the pictures and then using SendGrid to email them to the dedicated email addresses used by our Pix-Star photo frames.