Minnit Chat is an easy-to-use group chat service. You can appoint moderators/managers to watch over your chat, customize the look and feel of your chat, and increase engagement by having your users be able to talk to one another in real time. New in 2022: You’re now able to directly integrate the chat to your site’s existing account setup! Single Sign-On support is available for chatrooms on all of our paid tiers.
The chat is powered by Minnit’s cloud platform, which serves hundreds of thousands of users. As such, this plugin will work smoothly regardless of your site’s infrastructure. Happy chatting!
This plugin provides 1 block.
- Minnit Chat
Once this plugin is installed, you will be able to add a Minnit Chat to any post or page using the editor. Simply create a new block, scroll down to „Embeds“, and then select „Minnit Chat“. Enter your chat name, and you’re all set!
Want a site-wide icon? No problem. Simply go to the Settings section of your WordPress admin panel, and then select Minnit Chat. Once you enter a chat name and customize the color/position, the icon will appear on every page on your site, so your users can instantly start chatting.
How many users can join my chat?
Up to 40 users are available on the Free plan. Larger chats are able to subscribe to a premium plan depending on their needs.
Can I change the background or colors?
Yes. These options and more are available via „Chat Settings“ from within your chatroom itself.
Do users need to register?
No. Users are free to chat right away. However, they are able to optionally register to keep their ranks across all browsers and devices.
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The plugin will now utilize LocalStorage to store user’s credentials. See our latest blog post for details: https://blog.minnit.chat/improved-embed-experience-for-organizations/
Updates the floating icon’s design for a more modern look.
Allows owners who use „Synchronize SSO Settings“ to more easily get their Organization URL.
Further enhancements to SSO error reporting.
Better error reporting.
Makes it easier to synchronize your chat URL with your plugin.
Changes the JS variable name of „options“ to „minnitChatOptions“ to prevent conflicts.
Allows WordPress owners to easily access our site by clicking the Author name on plugins page.
Improves the backend configuration, and provides built-in tutorials on how to set the chat up without the default Gutenberg editor.
Supports Minnit’s upcoming Custom Domains functionality.
Prevent some themes, such as Twenty-Twenty, from setting the iframe width to 0 when the page is resized.
Support for customized, zero-click SSO. See https://docs.minnit.chat/SSO for details
Further prevents caching of SSO-related endpoints. This update is recommended for everyone running 3.0.0 or newer who has any type of caching solution. Thank you!
Prevents caching of SSO-related endpoints. This update is recommended for everyone running 3.0.0 or newer who has any type of caching solution. Thank you!
Allow customization of the „Close Chat“ text.
Support for Minnit Organizations, including Single Sign-On support.
Enhancements to profile photo
Minnit can now integreate your user’s profile photos / avatars in the chat. Your chat must be on Basic plan or higher to use this feature. See https://blog.minnit.chat/minnit-2021-update/ for details. Happy chatting!
Overhaul of the PHP code for maximum efficiency.
New: Add Minnit Chat via a Gutenberg block when editing a post or page! This allows you to put the chatroom only on specific pages/posts.
- Updated the description and FAQ.
- Ensured compatibility with WordPress 5.0. Happy chatting!
- Minor changes to menu text.
Minnit Chat now works closer with your WordPress setup to deliver a better experience. You can configure your chat to only display to users with a WordPress account, users who’ve subscribed to your blog, or your Contributors/Editors/Admins! The choice is yours.
Also, new users who are logged in automatically get a nickname that matches their WordPress name. This makes it easier for you to identify your visitors, and prevents them from having to type a nickname when they join your chat.
- Bug fixes.
- Initial release.