The amount of information displayed to the user can exceed the number of characters allowed by the SMS specifications. If the number of characters exceeds the amount configured for the current user (see size verb), the ONEm platform will split the message into several messages called chunks. Chunks can be considered as "pages". Users can navigate between pages using reserved verbs.
At the end of each SMS message body, right before the footer, the ONEm Platform automaticaly adds information about current chunk and total number of chunks in which the message was split. This mechanism applies both to simple text, like a news article, and options lists that are too long to be displayed in one message:
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