- It depends on how complicated you want to get but you can hack a chatbot experience using Typeform, which supports multiple input types (text, multiple choice, yes/no) and "jump to" logic. They recently launched a tool to export forms to Facebook Messenger, which might be all you need without touching a line of code.
I was going to build this if it didn't exist. Our app's primary interface is a Slack bot. We need a way to rapidly prototype interactions and test them with users so we can tweak before implementing. Exactly what I was looking for.
Will be using this for all bot / messaging prototyping from now
- With just a couple of clicks you can create a landing page in the form of a bot. It's great to develop and test bots without coding. For us this approach was working like a charm to capture more leads on mkt landing pages. And they have a great support team also. I think you can plug the created not to other distribution channels like Facebook messenger, but I don't remember if that was still a beta feature.
Landbot.io is an all encompassing highly configurable landing page, survey, feedback and customer service toolkit so if your core product is not the landing page itself such as a SAAS product, or something you're selling on Shopify, I highly recommend this. You can also pick other tools along with this. Focus on what matters more. The product you're building. My experience using this has been pretty amazing and the team and customer support is stellar.
I will need to go through the product again.. at least multiple times to find details of how exactly the application will differ based on companies/sites that can be plugged in.
- I second Chatfuel. I've used it on two chatbot products now. You can do live demos and tests using Chatfuel before you make the bot live to the world.
Using BotMock to draft demos and proposals for clients has been easy to get started and as they keep adding features it's becoming more of a go-to development and sales tool.
The entire user experience is flawed. The flowchart maker is flawed as well. every new box that we create gets created at the top of the page and then we have to drag it down every time. The conversation ui is also flawed. Doesn't quite give the exact field. Switching off to botsociety
- Ashish Jain made this productI recommend Engati (www.engati.com/?utm_source=produ...) which is a Machine Learning (ML) driven chatbot platform to assist you in creating your own personalized bot on multiple platforms like Messenger, Slack, Skype, Kik, Telegram, Line, Viber. It just takes 5 minutes to create your account with NO PRIOR CODING experience required, and add interactive ML-based chat for different messaging platforms. After this, you can enjoy the analytics and relax! Their features include: -Detailed analytics of users’ interactions -Bot training - Web widget integration -Multi-platform support (Messenger, Slack, Skype, Kik, Telegram, Line, Viber) -Customise bot responses - Conversation flow definition and many more
I am very excited to see what this company develops in the future, I just wish they had a chat integration with freshdesk as well as trial access to the logical rules and other features.
I am using collect chat premium version for around 6 month. Really happy with tool.
I just feel UX need to improve before it reach to mass audience.