Templates are pre-set messages an operator can use to facilitate conversation with a customer. Typically, answers to frequently asked questions can be found in templates. Users with the role of Administrator can create common templates for all operators in the tenant. Operators can create own templates for themselves.

Create a template

You create a template by clicking the “Add” button. You will open a sidebar where you fill out the name of the template - you can either place it under the folder or leave it alone. Next, type the template text (you have different editing options, including rich text) and save it.

You can also assign a shortcut for each template. Operators can then use "#" character to search for the template they need and send it to chat or paste into an email.

In addition to manual search and selection of templates, the mluvii allows you to use automated template suggestion feature, which works on the principle of analyzing responses from the client. First, the "learning phase" takes place, when the algorithm is learned in real conversations and then the operators are provided with the most relevant template. If you would like to use this feature, please contact your sales representative or contact contact us via the chat on our website.

Tip 1: If you do not know when writing a template whether or not you want to include it, you can do it at any time thereafter. Just create/select a specific folder for a selected templateand the template is reassigned.

Tip 2: Template folders are visible to all groups in the default settings. By using the icons () you can adjust visibility folders only for selected groups.

Note: When using templates within WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Apple Messages for Business communication channels it is not possible to send templates directly to the chat with the client. It is necessary to insert them into the text box, where the operator first checks the form of the sent message and then sends it to the chat. This is due to the fact that third-party communication channels approach the rendering of links differently.

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