TUTORIAL #6: Changing conversation flow using variables and tags

In our previous tutorial, we learned how to create a bot that uses Xenioo’s Natural Language Processing engine to detect and react to user input. In this lesson we will expand the example further by creating different switches that alter the chat flow, thereby ensuring that our pizza order is complete. You can follow our lesson directly from the video below. At the end of the post you will find a Xenioo bot file that simply restores the example bot …

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TUTORIAL #5: Detecting user input using NLP

Now that we’ve explored just about all of the possible contents that our chatbot can display, is time to move a little behind the scenes and discover the sheer number of customization and automation features that Xenioo offers. In this less we’re going to configure and train our first AI-driven content, and apply it to a simple chatbot. You can follow our lesson directly from the video below. At the end of the post you will find a Xenioo bot …

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TUTORIAL #4: Using button groups, cards and carousel

In this fourth Xenioo tutorial we are going to explore some advanced content actions. While in the previous tutorial lesson we displayed multimedia content rather plainly,  in this lesson we’re going to use our media resources in a more dynamic way. You can follow our lesson directly from the video below. At the end of the post you will find a Xenioo bot file that simply restores the example bot into your account for playback and testing. Let’s start! Button Cards …

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TUTORIAL #3: Displaying multimedia content in the chat

This time, after having managed to ask our user’s email address, we will display media content in our chat. Xenioo Actions currently support every kind of media attachment possible, and in this lesson we’re going to try them out. You can follow our lesson directly from the video below. At the end of the post you will find a Xenioo bot file that simply restores the example bot into your account for playback and testing. Let’s start! Using Media Actions First …

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TUTORIAL #2: Asking a question and reacting to the reply

In the previous lesson, we configured a very basic bot with a simple quick button interaction. In this lesson we are going to complicate things a little bit: we want to ask the user a question and then make the bot react accordingly. Xenioo supports many different built-in questions such as phone number, email and open, configurable actions that can be used to ask the user just about anything. For this lesson, we are going to ask for an e-mail …

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TUTORIAL #1: Creating your very first chatbot

Welcome to our first Xenioo tutorial. The purpose of this small lesson is to help you better understand Xenioo’s inner workings, and guide you to create your awesome chatbot. Today we are going to take our very first steps, and following this lesson, you’ll be able to create your first chatbot with some standard chat text and buttons. A very simple chat flow to introduce you to the very basics. You can follow our lesson directly from the video below. …

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