How to Make Your Facebook Chatbot Compatible With Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger Bots is a great way to interact with your customers. But how can you make your chatbot compatible with Facebook Chat? Before you start working on your boat you should check and make sure that it is compatible with Facebook Messenger.

Facebook Chat Bots is all the rage these days. You can write an online article about them but the basic essence of a Facebook Chatbot is to have it communicate with the user. Most of the website owners would be happy if they could make some sales by having their chatbots talk to their customers. More than just be able to sell, they can also help those visitors who are interested in your products and/or services.

This is how the Facebook ChatBot works. When you call up the chatbot and give it an item that you would like to buy, it will automatically relay the product or service to the user. Here is how you can make your Facebook ChatBot compatible with Facebook Messenger.

First, make sure that you are familiar with how a Facebook Messenger Bot works. If you are not, here is a quick overview.

The Facebook Bot has a name. The name is usually given by you as a parameter in the URL of the page where the bot is being installed.

The bot has its name. The name is usually given by you as a parameter in the URL of the page where the bot is being installed. This name is a string of letters and numbers that represents the name of the bot.

The customer that you want to respond to should have his information stored somewhere. The best place is in the database of the Facebook Messenger Bot. It is going to need the information. It will then be sent the appropriate message based on what you told it to do.

After it is all set up, the customer will need a conversation id. This is what allows it to respond to your customers' messages.

The process to set up a Facebook Chatbot is the same as a normal chatbot. You simply make sure that you have installed the bot and given it a name. Now, you need to get the id of the customer.

Your bot will need the conversation id and it is what you will give to the bot to find the customer that you want to respond to. This means that the bot will have its name assigned to it, a name that corresponds to your product or service and a conversation id.

Once you have the conversation id, you can start the bot by telling it what you want it to do. The bot will then return a response.

When your bot is ready, you can go ahead and send it a message. The customer will receive this message by a notification box on the site that you have set up the bot. After receiving this message, he will have the option to respond to you by pressing the "Reply" button or to close the chatbot by pressing the "Quit" button.