BotStar allows bot operator to categorize and organize the audience so they can easily be found by using tags. With tags, you can segment users who share common characteristics and customize their conversation.
How to add tags
You can add tags to users manually in
Audience tab or automatically in
Flow Editor, the instruction is as below:
Audience and open user's detail information. Click Add Tag and enter a new tag name or choose a tag in the dropdown list.
Add tags to each user manually
You can quickly add tag/remove tag of more than one user using Bulk Actions:
Click to select users you want to add/remove tag
Click Bulk Action and select Add tag/Remove Tag. Then, enter a tag name or choose one in the dropdown list.
Add tag/Remove Tag using Bulk Action
You can add tag/untag automatically using Actions in
Add tag/ Untag Action
In order to do so, drop the Tag/Untag action to the canvas. After that, choose a tag name in the
Properties tab. Now, every time the conversation arrives at this point, the user will get tagged with the value you already set.
Choose a tag name
How to use tags
Tags can be used to direct chat users in
Flow Editor, to filter them in
Audience or to select people who will receive a broadcast:
Case 1: Use tags in condition to direct users in conversation (
Click on the connector you want to set up condition. On the
Properties tab, click Add condition and match phrases to get a complete sentence.
Direct users in Flow Editor
Case 2: Filter audience by tags (in
All the tags will be listed in Quick Filter By Tag section in the left hand of the
Audience screen. Bot admin can click on each tag to search for information of corresponding chat users. On the other hand, bot admin can set up a more complicated condition with tags in Filter by section.
Case 3: Filter particular users who will receive a broadcast
Tags can be used to select target audience of a broadcast. The conditions is set similarly to the condition in anywhere else. If you 've not had a broadcast, create one in
Filter target audience of a broadcast