Send SMS and MMS in Excel using Twilio and VBA [FREE Template]
In this video, we’ll go over how to use Twilio and Excel’s VBA to send SMS and MMS messages. Twilio is a service that lets you send and receive texts, but it’s not free. To use this template, you’ll need to input your Twilio AccountSID, AuthToken, and the “Twilio from number” which can all be found in your Twilio account. You’ll also need to input the recipient’s phone number in column B and the message in column C. If you want to send an MMS, you can put the image URL in column D. Just make sure the URL is HTTP or HTTPS and not a local file path. You can send multiple images by separating their URLs with a semicolon. To send the message, just click the button and check the status column to see if it was sent successfully. Keep in mind that outbound MMS is only supported from US and Canadian phone numbers. The VBA code in this template is open for customization if you want to change it up. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.