Before, on 3.5.2, when I would receive a message (from the conference.send function) I would be able to see who it was sent 'to' by looking at the event.msg.to
When this would contain "all", I would know that this message was sent publically and seen by everyone, and could treat it as a public message.
When this didn't contain "all", I knew it was a private message.
On 4.0... This "to" part seems to not exist anymore. When I receive a message event, I receive message, origin, type. A received message sent to everyone and a received message sent exclusively look identical and I can't tell them apart.
For privacy and security reasons, I can't just add the "to" back on the sending side, I need it to be validated at the server side like it was.
Could you direct me to what part in the conference files I would need to change to bring this feature back? I would really like to see this feature brought back as I think it is important to know under what circumstances the message was sent.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks Qiujiao I look forward to that!
Since you're in a giving mood, I do have another similar feature request.
I would like to be able to send a "system" message from the samplertcservice.js . Either directly, or to all users.
It would also be nice to be able to say to users "system will restart in 5 minutes" or something, without having to be physically present in the room. It will also help inform people when they have been kicked, banned, or something else. Seems like a useful feature to have and I would have a lot of freedom if users could receive custom messages from the server.