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Today on the Dialogflow forum I answered this very question.
Here is the answer, in one screenshot:
Interestingly, the Share feature has been around for nearly 4 months. I wrote about it when it was released.
Funnily enough, when thinking of the title back then, I actually used the suggestions at the bottom of the Google search results to choose a title 🙂 But looking back, I could have just used a more conversational title.
In case it doesn’t work
One of the annoying things about this feature is that it doesn’t actually send an email notification to the person you just added (???).
You need to send them an email to tell them you have added them. When they log in, they will be able to see your bot inside their Dialogflow console.
Occasionally this seems to not work. It happened for me with a client recently. The following steps seem to fix the problem:
- Log out of your account (the account of the person who is granting the permission)
- Log back in
- Click on the Save button at the top of the Share tab
The recently released Zoho SalesIQ v2 allows non-programmers to build chatbots using an easy-to-use code less bot builder. What is really unique about Zoho SalesIQ is the fact that you can also integrate AI into their code less bot builder. In my Zoho SalesIQ chatbots course, I explain how to use Zoho SalesIQ to add a chatbot to your website.
"The magic key I needed as a non-programmer" The custom payload generator was the magic key I needed (as a non-programmer) to build a good demo with rich responses in DialogFlow Messenger. I've only used it for 30 minutes and am thrilled. I've spent hours trying to figure out some of the intricacies of DialogFlow on my own. Over and over, I kept coming back to Aravind's tutorials available on-line. I trust the other functionalities I learn to use in the app will save me additional time and heartburn. - Kathleen R Cofounder, gathrHealth