Non-technical tools: these are tools that anyone can use to quickly build a chatbot. These can be used to create simple chatbots or prototypes to quickly learn whether chatbots are a good fit for your application. You will likely not be able to handle complex integrations with your website, and your bot will not behave intelligently. Nevertheless, these tools are very useful even for those that are able to code. An example of a popular tool in this category is Chatfuel
Developed by Zendesk, a customer service platform that started in Copenhagen, Answer Bot is designed to help companies create customer relationships that are more personal and productive. Businesses can customize Answer Bot to answer and assist customers that visit their website without having to develop a customer service bot from scratch. When Answer Bot is unable to answer a customer's request, customers are redirected to one of the businesses' support agents.
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Pros: Very effective and increase in the number of leads. We have implemented chatbots to our client websites and definitely, there is a difference in the stats. The client is happy and we are very happy. It is easy to customize, with the common questions. And chatbot somehow keeps the audience engaged. Since it is real time people actually like it and you get a response, always.
Woebot has a sense of humor, and I can see people who are having a bad day sticking with the attractive platform. Woebot also has skills — in no time, Woebot had identified my mood (with emoji support), identified three thoughts underlying my mood, and helped me see that these thoughts were “distortions,” which we replaced with more helpful thoughts.