<Wait> element silently waits for a specified number of seconds. If
<Wait> is the first element in a XML document, Plivo will answer the call and wait the specified number of seconds.
|Attribute Name||Description||Allowed Values||Default Value|
|length||interval in seconds to wait||integer > 0||1 second|
Example 1: Simple Wait
<Response> <Speak voice="rms">I will Wait 7 seconds starting now!</Speak> <Wait length="7"/> <Speak voice="rms">I just waited 7 seconds</Speak> </Response>
Example 2: Waiting for voice path to establish
This examples uses
<Wait> to answer the call and wait for 2 seconds before speaking "Hello". This is usually done to add a delay after answer so that the voice path is fully established before we start generating audio.
<Response> <Wait length="2"/> <Speak voice="rms">Hello.</Speak> </Response>