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Text message invites: subscribe to messaging

How to resubscribe to text messaging

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Written by Bryan Zitzman
Updated over a week ago

Text message invites are an effective way to invite your patients to appointments. Sometimes, however, a patient doesn’t recognize the nature of the text invite, and replies with Stop. This action unsubscribes them from text messaging, preventing them from receiving text invites from any provider using

If you try and send a text invite to a patient who has unsubscribed from text messaging, you will immediately receive the following error message: "The person at this number has unsubscribed from text invites. Please use an email invite or tell them how to subscribe.” text invites can potentially be sent from three different numbers, depending on the location of your patient and whether or not you have edited / customized the invite message. The instructions below will help you determine which number they likely blocked, and thus to which number they need to subscribe. However, the safest option is for your patient to subscribe to all three numbers.

How to subscribe to text message invites:

  1. Text the word "Start" to the following three numbers:

    • 67579

      • 85% of all messages are sent from this number.

    • 1-844-279-9905

      • This number sends out all edited text invites.

    • 1-855-846-2347

      • This number is used when sending a text invite to a patient who is located outside the United States.

    Your patient will receive a confirmation text message from each number letting them know they are subscribed to alerts. They will now be able to receive any type of text invite you send.

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