Here you can manage your messenger bot settings. To make all the things easy this section is divided into three sub-section. They are:
Bot reply settings: Whey you will select these settings then the right side will show you all the Bot reply you have created so far. You can add new Bot Reply and see Bot settings data by clicking the corresponding button. This is a keyword-based reply. Replying Keywords must be comma-separated.
Get started settings: By selecting this setting you can both enable and disable Get started button settings. The greeting text on the welcome screen is your first opportunity to tell a person why they should start a conversation with your messenger bot. Some things you might include in your greeting text might include a brief description of what your bot does, such as key features, or a tagline. This is also a great place to start establishing the style and tone of your bot. Greetings have a 160 character maximum, so keep it concise
General settings: You can set “Mark as seen status”, “Chat with human email”, “Reply if no match found” settings. Change as you need.
Action button settings: There are few systems defined reply templates so that users do not have to set them. Users just have to edit them if they like.
After selecting any of the above settings you will find corresponding settings to be changed.
Persistent menu settings: This section will reveal your persistent menu settings. You can add persistent menu settings by clicking the Create persistent menu button.
Conversation broadcast: It broadcast your conversations. In this section, you will find all your conversation broadcast lists. You can search them by using filters like the page, date-range. You can also add your conversational broadcast by clicking the button Create Campaign.
Promotional text-only broadcasting to all page conversation. Needs delay between each message sent.
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