Posted on September 9, 2020
Using Facebook Messenger Bot to Send Messages to Everyone
There are many tools available online to help you write a Facebook Messenger Bot. The first thing to do is go to Facebook and log in, if you don't already have a Facebook account. A Facebook account will get you a number of tools to use while you are writing your bot.
Facebook Chatbot will give you a number of options for writing the chat messages you want your bot to speak. Once you login you will find a section at the top called Bot Conversations. Here you can click on the 'Add New Message' link.
You will see a list of chats that you can add to your bot. It will also have other chats and even games. This makes it easy to set up.
To start you will need to type in the name of the chat you want to talk to and the person who is messaging you. Then you will be able to click the 'send' button.
Once you have created your bot, you should login to it and test it out. I would recommend trying it out with just one person before you start sending any messages to anyone. Once you are ready to start using it to send messages to a wider audience, then it is time to create your bot.
If you haven't already, sign up for an account on the Messenger Bot. This will enable you to get a bot up and running much faster. Click on the link for a free Bot App as well, this will make your bot more interactive and allows you to take advantage of all the features the bot can offer.
Now, that you have a bot created you need to start making it send messages. Once you have an account with Facebook, you can send messages with it. I usually just use my address book and send a friend request. I don't want to clutter it up with too many messages and therefore I don't want to send too many messages to anyone who has not added me to their address book.
With the bot, you can also send chat messages. When you send a message it goes into a message folder. There are four different types of folders, you can choose from for your chat messages.
All messages that go into the chat messages folder are automatically sent to all chat rooms you belong to. All chat messages go into the personal messages folder.
There are a 'To-Do' folder for each current message and any new messages that come in from the current message. Lastly, there is a 'Drafts' folder for messages that you don't want to get deleted.
All your messages stay there until you choose to move them elsewhere. Depending on how many cats you have set up with your bot, this can be quite a bit of work. For the beginner, I would suggest you start with the personal chat.
You can invite people to communicate with you on Messenger and share messages, videos and links with them. The chat has a limit of 256 members and they do not show any errors when you send an empty message.