oratio Automate

Automatically chat with customers on Messenger, Viber & more

oratio Automate makes it easy to automatically reply to your customers' questions on Facebook Messenger, Viber, Telegram, Kik and soon Twitter – all on one platform.

Let smart chatbots do the work and focus on what matters, your customers.

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Thanks for hunting, @__tosh! Team oratio is excited to launch Automate with the PH community today! This particular feature helps companies to instantly reply to frequently asked questions on Facebook Messenger, Viber, Telegram, Kik and soon Twitter DMs with the help of smart automation. We realized that messengers are already very important channels for people from all over the world to stay in touch with their friends and families. Now we enable businesses to catch up and offer a smart and convenient way of getting in touch with their customers! Some highlights: • Automate detects words and phrases & responds to them in over 16 languages even when users make typos • All major networks are supported: Facebook Messenger, Viber, Telegram, Kik and soon Twitter DMs • A Conversation Menu makes information quickly accessible across all supported networks • Every conversation can be sent over to a human agent and hence switch between personal and automated responses (see the GIF!) Check out a live demo on Messenger at m.me/teamoratio and ask questions about e.g Telegram, Viber, prices, ChatbotConf – or simply request human support! Now it's your time, please leave us your questions and feedback 😇 We are here and we are listening!
Nice video explanation :) Btw do I need to know how to code to set up Automate? or how doest it work?
Thanks @natalie_korotaeva! It's straight forward and you don't need to know a single line of code. First set your desired language, then pre-define your answers in Knowledge Base and enter the words & phrases Automate should respond to ✨ Ready! You can find all the settings in the Configure menu of your oratio account.
Congrats on the launch @_bernhard and team! 🎈👌 I'd be curious which use cases you as makers see customers use Automate for ideally?
Thanks @allanberger 🤓 and happy to answer your question! Since you are very flexible with Automate when it comes to answering questions automatically, you can already cover a variety of use cases. Probably the most important ones however are related to customer service and support. Our customers said most of the time they are replying to the same questions over and over again, that's why we decided to build Automate and save their teams time and resources! ✨
hi, this looks like it can save me quite some time! Can you let us know how the automation works exactly? Does it recognize frequently asked questions? do you have to set the response manually? Which languages do you support?
Cheers @christoph_loewenherz! Yes, our aim is definitely to save your team some time 🚀 Okay, let me give you a simple example. Let's say you run an online shop for sports apparel. You offer your customers to get in touch with you not only through contact forms on your website, but also through Messenger & Telegram. Since most the customers' questions are related to shipping, payment and return policy, you set these pre-defined answers in Knowledge Base and define trigger word and phrases ('shipping', 'delivery', 'how long') and that's it! Questions now get replied automatically. However, if a customer has a more specific question, s/he can request to chat with a human agent through our feature Human Takevover. No conversation is lost and sales are made! Currently we support in total 17 languages including Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Brazilian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish.
Congrats! Sounds really cool ... What if the user asks a questions Automate knows no answer to?
Hey @mikeseeh! We know this happens in a lot of cases since Automate is designed to specifically tackle first level support. If however a question might be too specific or was not yet added to Knowledge Base (where Automate gets the answers from), you can always move this conversation to a human agent. We call this feature Human Takeover. The cool thing about Human Takeover is that the customer on the other side does not need to change the chat at all! The conversation simply switches from automation to manual chats.