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How to Implement Streaming API

Symbl's Streaming API is based on WebSocket protocol and can be used for real-time use-cases where both the audio and its results from Symbl's back-end need to be available in real-time. It can be integrated directly via the browser or server.

Identification and Redaction of PII data

Symbl allows you to identify and redact Personally Identifiable Information (PII) from messages and insights with Streaming APIs. Learn more in the PII Identification and Redaction page.

Tutorials#

Here is a list of tutorials to help you understand how to use Symbl's Streaming API:

Code Snippets#

Here is a list of code snippets to help you get started on your journey with the Symbl Streaming API:

Symbl Javascript SDK#

The Programmable Javascript SDK allows you to add Conversational Intelligence directly into your web applications and meeting platforms. With the Javascript SDK, you can generate intelligent insights such as action items, topics and questions.

Learn more about Symbl's Javascript SDK

API Reference#

The Streaming API allows you to easily use Symbl's Language Insights capabilities. It exposes the functionality of Symbl to dial in to the conference. Supported endpoints are given below. Additionally, events can be passed for further processing:

Termination due to elongated silence

If a meeting is silent for more than 30 minutes, it will be automatically terminated. The charges towards the silent minutes apply.