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Botsify Enables Users to Build Facebook Chatbots without Programming

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From the time Mark Zuckerberg disclosed that Facebook was expanding its Messenger platform to charter chatbots, experts have been astir about how they are the prospective of consumer-business cooperation.

Though it’s still ahead of time to precisely determine what kind of place bots will eventually delude our lives.

Botsify Enables Users to Build Facebook Chatbots without Programming

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If users have an online business, media company, or any type of web platform and aren’t keenly thinking about assimilating bots, they run the peril of lagging behind. The startup helps building a Facebook bot without discerning how to code.

“We are focusing on people who don’t know how to code, who know nothing about chatbots and want to increase conversions to their business.”

Reveals Usama Noman, co-founder of Botsify.

Usama is of the view that the process to develop a bot has been kept as easy as possible. It will be helpful for users from all backgrounds.

The app permits to develop as many bots as you would like and is entirely customizable. The only imperative to kick off Botsify is that you must have a real Facebook page and the Facebook developer application.

The app will convoy users towards a tutorial which hauls them through the entire proceeding, after logging into your account.

Botsify will help in programming your bot to answer to specific commands. For instance you can train the bot to reply with “hello” every time a user says “hi.”

The bot is proficient in combining unlimited functions. The algorithm can also comprehend derived keywords. An option of having image-based chat bubbles, fruitful for people handling clothing shops and restaurants is also available.

Usama reveals that they are continuously adjusting the interface to make it simple and more user-friendly. Anyhow the vision to facilitate anyone frame chatbots remains soundly innate into the startup’s mindset.

Pakistani entrepreneurs are also in talks with many big companies such as music detection app Shazam, to make bots for them.

“When I started learning how to build chatbots, I faced many issues. I understood it was a very complex process for non-programmers to get started. I want to help solve this problem for others.”

Usama states.