Twilio resource

To use Twilio's services, you will need an account_sid and an auth_token. Twilio is a cloud communications platform that allows you to send SMS messages, make voice calls, and more using their API. Here's how you can obtain the account_sid and auth_token:

  1. Sign up for a Twilio account: If you don't have a Twilio account, you can sign up for a new account on their website at

  2. Log in to your Twilio account: After creating an account, log in using your email address and password.

  3. Dashboard: Once you're logged in, you will be directed to your Twilio dashboard.

  4. Account SID: On the dashboard page, you will find your account_sid displayed prominently. It is a 34-character string that uniquely identifies your Twilio account. Copy this value; you will need it to authenticate API requests.

  5. Auth Token: To get your auth_token, click on your account name or the three vertical dots at the top right corner of the dashboard, and then click on "Settings" or "Account Settings." In the account settings page, you will find your auth_token under the "API Credentials" or "Live Credentials" section. This token is used to authenticate your API requests along with your account_sid.

  6. Store and secure your credentials: Both the account_sid and auth_token are sensitive and should be kept secure. Do not share them publicly or hardcode them in your application's source code. Use environment variables or configuration files to store them securely.