Embedded Collaboration Platform
Example: Integration of a Symphony chat within a web app
Embedded Collaboration Platform (ECP) allows you to embed Symphony within your application to provide full collaboration capabilities to your users. Your users can collaborate with half a million people across thousands of institutions on the Symphony network without leaving your platform. This allows you to add Symphony's secure and compliant chat capabilities to your application, unlocking instant external connectivity and workflow efficiency.
Note: The Embedded Collaboration Platform (ECP) functionality is available as an add-on to the Symphony Services, and is subject to additional charges, terms, and Symphony review of your ECP use case. Prior to using ECP in your Symphony environment(s), you will need to enter into an ECP-specific contract. Please reach out to [email protected] to review your use case, discuss the offering, its pricing or for any further information.
ECP also supports extensive customization and exposes APIs to create rooms or register for notifications.
The Embedded Collaboration Platform (ECP) replaces the previous Embedded Chat Module, which is now deprecated.
The following browsers are supported:
- Edge 90+
- Chrome 90+
Symphony ECP supports two modes:
- Focus, where a single chat is displayed.
- Collaboration, where the full list of chat conversations is displayed, allowing the user to switch chat conversations, create a room, search for users or rooms, view unread messages, etc.
Note: In Focus mode, you can still display several chats on screen, but each one will be placed in its own module.
ECP Focus mode: Single chat
In Collaboration mode, users can see a simplified version of the full Symphony.
Recommended minimum view size:
- Focus mode: Width 312px , Height 348px
- Collaboration mode: Width 600px , Height 600px
Once ECP is loaded, it offers a number of capabilities:
Get started by looking at few ECP examples in this GitHub repository. One of the examples, index-webinar-demo.html, is covered during the webinar and may be a very good starting point. The other examples assume you are familiar with the React framework.
You can access a sandbox version of ECP, where you can easily test the configuration parameters, the two modes (Focus or Collaboration), as well as initiate a new message. The sandbox is available at:
You can load a specific conversation by adding a
streamIdas a query parameter:
Note: You can update the configuration parameters using the settings wheel in the navigation bar.
The ECP sandbox is available for all pods and allows you to quickly test out the ECP settings.