Building a Facebook ChatBot isn't as difficult as it may sound, nor is it hard. I want to explain why so that you can understand how useful these bots can be. When we talk about chatbots, the first thing we generally think of is bots that can be used online by individuals or groups. But now, we're seeing that there are other types of chatbots that can be used online as well.
Let's take a look at how a medical chatbot program might help individuals. What if you were able to go online and chat with a doctor in seconds instead of minutes? Well, many of these medical chatbot programs are already available, and all you need to do is install one on your smartphone, and you'll get instant self-diagnostic information about your health.
So how does one go about getting a chatbot? I recommend trying the official Google Play Store for this since there are many great options out there. Some of the most popular chatbot programs include AskJeeves and Astragulus, and I recommend using the former.
Of course, there's also the official website of the chatbot provider. If you aren't familiar with what you're looking at, just go to the company's webpage, and they should have a list of everything that you can use as a chatbot. Make sure you know what you need before trying out anything because some companies actually require a small subscription fee.
Once you've found a Facebook Chatbot that meets your needs, then you need to make sure you download it to your phone or tablet. Most of the time, you don't need to do anything more than this, but if you need to update the software on the website, then go to "About" and scroll down to the bottom. Click on "Downloading" to download the latest version of the software. If you don't have this option, then you can search for "installation instructions" step-by-step instructions" to guide you through the process.
When the installation has been complete, you should immediately start chatting with the chatbot. You can tell it to send you messages whenever you want, as long as you have internet access or SMS enabled phones.
The next part of building this chatbot is called "getting help." Since a chatbot will be interacting with humans, there will be some situations where you will need help or suggestions. Try typing "help" into the chat box and see what results come up, then follow the advice given to help your chats.
Chatting with other users of the chatbot will allow you to learn new tricks and ideas from them. Also, you can try talking to other users of other chatbots. The more interaction you have with other people, the more comfortable you will become with using the chatbots. This way, when you decide to build one of your own, you won't feel lost.
I recommend having at least two Messenger Bot because you'll want different ones so you can test them. You don't want to get stuck with only one, only to find out it doesn't work.
Once you're sure that you've created the right Facebook chatbot, then you're ready to start using it. Just keep in mind to set up a username and password so that you can sign in to your account wherever you want and not be worried about it being easily hacked.
Next, I would suggest trying out the different options available in the chat panel. These will be your commands, like telling the chatbot to play a particular song, answer some questions, or show a photo gallery. There are lots of these options so you'll want to experiment a bit until you find the ones you're comfortable with using.
Finally, once you have your account set up, you should find that it's very useful and you will never want to use it to stop using it! After all, it's pretty useful!