Messengerify

A Chat Widget Powered by Facebook Messenger

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#4 Product of the DayJuly 19, 2017

Messengerify is a website widget which will connect a website with your Facebook Page and provide a better chat experience for your customers. Even if visitor leaves your website the conversation can continue via Messenger

* Use Facebook as your CRM

* Ongoing Conversations

* Customize to match your website

Reviews

Gijo Varghese
Abel Joseph Aloor
 

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Fouad
Fouad@fouad_tolaib
I like the fact that through the FB messenger, you take the conversation on-site and off-site. FB messenger feels more personal as well so it's great to build trust that way. Something I noticed tough is that when I have adblocker enabled, I won't see the message box within the chat widget. Many people have such adblockers enabled and might thus not be able to communicate on-site. Other than that, great initiative and a potential rival for Intercom if further developed.
Gijo Varghese
Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
@fouad_tolaib Thanks a lot for your feedback. Regarding the Message box, it's a bug from Facebook. It started appearing a few days back. We've reported it to them and we're also trying alternative ways to overcome it
Paul de Fombelle
Paul de Fombelle@paulodef · sows Mailify, reaps email marketers
@fouad_tolaib It's cool to be able to continue the conversation off-site, but from what I've seen you can't actually take the conversation on-site. You need to open Messenger after the first message. Or did I miss something?
Fouad
Fouad@fouad_tolaib
@paulodef its actually supposed to let you chat right on the site. In my case, when I disabled ad locker for the site, I was able to chat there without opening messenger. According to the makers, its a bug on FBs end.
Alex
Alex@alexjpanagis
@fouad_tolaib like this idea and look forward to testing it on my sites.
Vik Chaudhary
Vik Chaudhary@vikchaudhary · CEO Onboardify
@fouad_tolaib Agree, I like it and will try it out on a Facebook page. Be great to get your feedback on https://www.producthunt.com/post... -- a free website chat for Slack users.
Gijo Varghese
Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
Messengerify will connect the website with your Facebook Page and provide a better chat experience for your customers. Even if visitor leaves your website the conversation can continue via Messenger * Use Facebook as your CRM * Ongoing Conversations * Customize to match your website * Free Forever
Anthony Da Mota
Anthony Da Mota@akdm_ · I upvote things that matter.
That's cool, but it would be even more cool if Facebook was opening Messenger to anonymous users. Good job makers!
Jovis Joseph Aloor
Jovis Joseph AloorMaker@jovisjoseph · Chief Designer
@akdm_ glad you liked it... But i couldn't get exactly what you are referring to...
Anthony Da Mota
Anthony Da Mota@akdm_ · I upvote things that matter.
@jovisjoseph Users must have a Messenger account to use Messenger, right? While it makes sense for many cases, for use cases like Messengerify this is not the perfect thing. I see Messengerify as a free replacement of Intercom; Crisp; Drift… for low budget companies/startups. So, if Facebook allowed anonymous users to actually use Messenger, it would be awesome. See?
Jonathan Tavarez
Jonathan Tavarez@jon_tavarez · Cofounder @ FLUX
Looks sweet!
Gijo Varghese
Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
@jon_tavarez Thanks. Let me know if you have any other feedbacks or suggestions :)
oty
oty@otymix · @oneTapVote | WiProgress
looks great, but what if FB tomorrow comes with a similar feature to take over intercom ... ? 😳
Gijo Varghese
Gijo VargheseMaker@gijo_varghese
@otymix hmmm. That's an interesting question :/
Regan Quaning
Regan Quaning@regan · <problem solver/> <maker of things/>
@otymix I see Facebook doing just that. This will put a lot of companies out of business. The worst will be if they don't require website visitors to be logged into their FB account in order start conversations.
Benjamin Sehl
Benjamin Sehl@benjaminsehl · Founder, Kotn
@otymix there's a term for that, it's called getting Sherlocked … (https://www.economist.com/blogs/...)
oty
oty@otymix · @oneTapVote | WiProgress
@regan Yes it's a must my intuition is saying it will arrive even sooner :-)
Jovis Joseph Aloor
Jovis Joseph AloorMaker@jovisjoseph · Chief Designer
@regan @otymix Fingers crossed🤞... Let's hope Facebook doesn't take this up and spin off to a standalone product.