Go to your Dashboard and choose the Bot you want to publish and press the 'Settings' icon.
You will be forwarded to the Configurations Menu. Here you need to press 'Sections' Icon. It opens a Drop down menu where you can configure your Bot.
Whenever ready, you can click ‘Release’ to access the installation code. HTML code for web and Email Bots, and a mobile web view link for mobile bots.
On your rates, web page, use call-to-action buttons to prompt end-users to engage with the website more. Use words like “Calculate your earnings” or “Estimate your payments”. The ‘Pop-up Button’ option would be the way to place a bot there.
In all other cases, we recommend using the ‘Embed on Page’ option because it does not open a new Pop-up window, which can make people uncomfortable and suspicious of the source of this tool.
Bot Installation Code
This is the HTML-code for the Bot that you need to insert on the page where you want the Bot to be.
Important: Make sure that the link to this host page is the same as the URL under the Location & Calcubot type menu.
Button Installation code
This is the code for a call-to-action button that scrolls end-users down the page to your Bot, also known as an HTML anchor. It will help guide end-users to the lower sections of the page where your bot lives.
The demonstration of the Anchor button is on the next page
Anchor- Button demonstration
When working on a Mobile Bot you will see the following screen. Just copy this mobile web view link and share it with your mobile provider. It is important to place this link both before and after the Login page of your mobile banking app.
To embed an interactive email bot on your next newsletter, you can use the ‘Embed on an Email’ option. If your email delivery provider does not permit interactive elements as part of emails (i.e. MailChimp) choose the ‘Embed on MailChimp’ version for a static universal version.
Next step. Test your Bot.
To see the Implementation Guide from Start to Finish go here