7 Alternatives to Bot Explorer
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TechCrunchA new site launching today wants to be the app store for bots. Botlist, as it's called, is a third-party database that's a catalog a lot of the bots currently available across platforms, including email, web, SMS, Slack, mobile, apps, and more. There's no question that bots are all the rage.
UsamaBotsify is the only chatbot solution which offers LiveChat with the users (beside the chatbot) using the Facebook Messenger App itself (See here: https://bit.ly/2DX3Kfx ) The best part about Botsify is it's the ability to link with several integrations namely. 1- Zapier (1000+ Apps) 2- DialogFlow 3- Google Search 4- Google Sheet 5- Slack 6- Amazon Alexa 7- … See more
Isabella MiaBelieve me or not, I didn't even know how to create my own chatbot before, as if it was some rocket science! I tried using some other chatbot builders too but none of them were as simplified as Botsify. Now, not only I created, customized and teach my chatbot but collect leads through it everyday!
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PropakistaniYou must be hearing a lot of buzz about chatbots these days, and the whole Silicon Valley at this moment is enamored with the word too. Last month on April 12, during Facebook's own event, Mark Zuckerburg displayed some statistics about WhatsApp and Messenger. Over 700 million users are using Messenger actively every day.
SifteryBotsify helps you create your own artificially intelligent chatbots for smoother customer response experience, with no coding involved. You can create rule based chatbots with no technical knowledge required. Developers can integrating their APIs with Chatbot to make it extra effective.
Tech in AsiaEver since Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook was opening up its Messenger platform to incorporate chatbots, analysts have been abuzz about how they're the future of consumer-business interaction. Some have even said they're the new API. It's too early to accurately determine what sort of place bots will ultimately take in our lives.
What's New On The NetFacebook's recent announcement about opening up its bot API, which we covered in this Website, has brought on a slew of products to help you create your own chatbots on their platform. We've covered Exponea's offering, but a bunch more have appeared lately, most notably Chatfuel.