Facebook Messenger Bots is increasingly popular means of communicating online. We see them in our news feeds, and we can almost feel the chatter in our own conversations. But how does a Facebook Chatbot actually work?
A chatbot is defined as a computer program designed to function as a virtual assistant or a conversationalist. It is specifically designed to make contact with humans on the internet. It is a simple computer program that uses predefined responses to communicate with its users. It uses text and voice, video, and animated images to relay its message.
While a chatbot is intended to be accessible and usable through human intervention, it may not always meet this requirement. In fact, sometimes a user will use a chatbot incorrectly and render it useless.
This is not an unusual occurrence, as there are many uses for a chatbot. These include real-time assistance systems, and chat rooms. It can also be used to send emails, track emails, and perform basic search functions.
In some cases, a chatbot can be used as a "real time assistant" which helps people find what they are looking for. This may be in the form of finding an address, or conducting a search. It can also perform basic bookmarks and location searches.
Chatbots may also be used to encourage social interaction. For example, an Android chatbot can help its users discover "popular" sites that people are searching for, or help users create an "indecisive" list of sites that interest them.
Chatbots may also be used to perform tasks such as spam prevention, and marketing promotions. An advertisement text chatbot can be programmed to send email messages to recipients, and have them forward them to their friends.
Chatbots are also used to automate certain activities, such as bill payment, and help schedule appointments. In these cases, the chatbot will log its activities, store its log files, and alert the user when tasks are complete. In addition, a chatbot may assist in scheduling appointments, in locating where a person is located, and doing public records searches.
Chatbots are also used to give users new experiences, such as news feeds, and advertisements. They can even bring up predictive searches such as "find me pizza shops near my house" and "get me coupons for Target". This type of predictive search will allow users to receive automatic e-mails, and on-screen notifications.
Chatbots can be used to give people shopping suggestions. This can include news, upcoming sales, and promos. The type of search will depend on the user's geographic location, and other preferences.
Chatbots can also be used to place bets on sporting events. In this case, the chatbot will base its bets on the outcomes of past events. It can also determine the winner of current events and give advice for future events.
All of these examples are good examples of the way Facebook Messenger Bot work. There are many more, and they are slowly but surely being implemented.