Response connections: Sending Quriobot's response data to another endpoint (via webhook)

With the Response connections of Quriobot, you can choose what to do as a follow-up when the chat has finished. This can be configured manually or you can use one of our Response connection templates.

Note: To make the most out of your Response connections please configure some Variables to represent the data from your bot.

Video tutorial: we have video tutorials explaining how to use these here! ( they might still use the old interface, but all should be easy to find in the new interface)

Response connection types:

  1. Email
  2. Emulated Forms
  3. JSON Webhook (requires developer mode)
  4. MailChimp (template)
  5. Slack (template - requires developer mode)
  6. Hugo (template)

Select your Response connection

1. Response connection type: Email

  • Using Response connections to send (specific) data to an email box.
  • From address can be configured (Organization settings > Email)
  • Reply-to address
  • CC, BCC addresses
  • Subject (accepts variables)
  • The email itself, in full free form HTML. (copy-paste from MailChimp, Hugo, or use a template like this)

2. Sending response data to emulated Webforms

  • Use this to use Quriobot to send data to web forms. This is very useful when using Quriobot as a replacement for newsletter signup for example. Please check out the extensive MailChimp-connection-explanation for a good example of how to customize!

3. JSON webhooks

  • Use the JSON webhook to connect Quriobot to a service of your liking! Just add the webhook and configure the variables and parameters. Please check out the extensive Slack-connection-explanation for a good example of how to customize!

4. Connect to MailChimp

5. Connect to Slack

  • Use the Quriobot Response connection template to connect to Slack! Please click here on how to set up your connection to Slack.

6. Connect to Hugo

  • Another great tool for sending out email campaigns, very cheap! Just follow these steps.

If you are looking for a specific connection, please look here.

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