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Tom Hadfield
@tomhadfield · CEO, Message.io
Many thanks, Chris, for hunting us. I'm the CEO of Message.io. We're launching our "bot translation tool" in private beta today. If you've built a bot natively for Slack, for example, you can deploy it to HipChat or Skype without making any coding changes. Our goal is to help bot developers reach more users. We don't think the concept of a ‘Facebook bot’ o… See more
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Tom Hadfield
@tomhadfield · CEO, Message.io
Many thanks, Chris, for hunting us. I'm the CEO of Message.io. We're launching our "bot translation tool" in private beta today. If you've built a bot natively for Slack, for example, you can deploy it to HipChat or Skype without making any coding changes. Our goal is to help bot developers reach more users. We don't think the concept of a ‘Facebook bot’ o… See more
Andy Mauro
@andymauro · CEO Automat.ai
Nice job Tom. This is one of the smarter cross-platform messaging/bot plays. There are few enough consumer messaging platforms that matter that translation layers are often not worth using. However, in the enterprise messaging space there are so many platforms, and the market for each is small enough that Message.io is not so much solving a technical problem… See more
Jake Bailey
@jake_bailey · CEO, Harvest
This is really cool, Tom. Can you explain in some more detail how bot translation works?
Jesse Vickey
@jesse_vickey
Interesting. What other platforms are you planning to support?
Matty Mariansky
@mmariansky · Product Designer at Meekan
I like the idea, but how do you handle some of the fundemental differences between the augmented features of each platofrm (eg Slack buttons which can create a mini-app inside a message vs HipChat's cards vs Skype's much simpler buttons )?