Facebook Messenger Bot is a clever way to add a smile to your day. Facebook Messenger Bot can be a little distracting at times, so it is important to use it in moderation.
The Facebook Messenger Bot sometimes referred to as ChatBot, is a quick and easy way to make a friend request and get an answer quickly. It makes a lot of sense to start out with a small test group first to see how well the Bot works for you before moving on to making friends.
ChatBot can be used by making a friend request on Messenger to the Facebook Messenger Bot website. When you type a request, a text box will appear with a number of choices. After clicking the button to confirm the request, the Bot will follow up by sending a text message or voice call to your cell phone.
ChatBot makes it easy to add friends from the friends list you've created. Simply visit the friends list on your phone and click on your name in the top right corner of the screen to open the dialog box to add the person you want to add.
ChatBot is very handy when you have to input a lot of contact information into a form. While there are options to automatically enter that information into a form, ChatBot saves you time by allowing you to fill in the information one-by-one.
ChatBot has a built-in calendar. This allows you to set reminders and schedule events with ease.
ChatBot's great feature is the ability to send a message to your friends who are not on Facebook. Messages are sent directly from your phone without having to search your email box or use the social bookmarking sites.
ChatBot works well with your phone's messaging features. The capability to send messages quickly is a good advantage.
Facebook Messenger Bot is very easy to use. Unlike a good number of chatbots available, this one is easy to set up and use.
ChatBot works very fast and reliably. Even with the overwhelming amount of emails, social updates, text messages, and friend requests you receive each day, this chatbot has never let me down.
One thing I'm very pleased about with Facebook Messenger Bot is that I never have to worry about being spammed. There is no way to sign up for the bot to get more friends or messages, so if I get a message from a bot or friend request, it's from a real person.
My only disappointment with Facebook Messenger Bot is that sometimes it does not know what to do with a message from someone who has their phone turned off. I'm not sure if that's a limitation of the Android version, but it doesn't bother me too much.