The use of the Twilio connector requires a Twilio account. Instead of a username and password, you sign into the API with using your Account SID and a secret Auth Token that is assigned to you. This can be retrieved from the Account Settings section of their website.
Returns a list of sent and received SMS/MMS messages. Use a value of 'true' in the "Return Media?" box to fetch any related media items to each message. This includes things like photos and will return a block of json which you'll have to parse. This option does have an effect on speed.
Can only be filtered on "To", "From", and "SentDate", https://www.twilio.com/docs/api/rest/message#list-get-filters. You can use the "and" operator. Ex:
To = '+16468324238' and DateSent >= '2016-01-01'
Returns a list of voice calls. Can be filtered by "To", "From", "Status", "EndTime", and StartTime
Sends an SMS or MMS message. To: (req) The phone number to deliver the message to. From: (req) The Twilio phone number you wish to send the message from. Body: (opt) The body of the message. Up to 1600 characters. MediaURLs: (opt) A comma-seperated list of URLs. These URL's should point to the media files (images) that you wish to "attach" to the message. Up to 10 URL's may be included. See https://www.twilio.com/docs/api/rest/sending-messages for more info.
Initiate a Phone call. Further developement would be needed to respond to phone call events. See https://www.twilio.com/docs/api/rest/making-calls for more info. To: (req) The phone number you wish to call. From: (req) The Twilio phone number you wish to send the message from.