You can configure SMS status notifications so that they're delivered to your audience using an Alphanumeric Sender ID such as "ExampleStatus" rather than a phone number.
Using a Sender ID helps your users quickly spot who the message is from, and also means you don't have to buy a dedicated phone number from Twilio or Nexmo.
How to use a Sender ID with Sorry™
Enter your chosen Sender ID into the "Sender ID / Number" field when configuring your SMS settings from within the Sorry™ UI - that's it.
Choosing a Valid Sender ID
Phone networks are quite specific about what you can use as your Sender ID, so follow these basic rules.
It must be between 1 and 11 characters long.
Only contain numbers and letters.
Cannot contain spaces or special characters.
Some countries don't support the use of Alphanumeric Sender IDs, or impose limits on when and what you can send; you can find more vendor-specific information on sender IDs from both Nexmo and Twilio.