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Announcing: Real time collaboration, Testing, Instragram and more
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Announcing: Real time collaboration, Testing, Instragram and more

 A very busy January for the Botsociety team! We released a bunch of new features, tutorials, support for Instagram, Slack, MS Teams and Google Chat, and more workshops.Real-time collaborationJust like as you would expect: Collaborate in real-time with other users on the same design. No more being locked out! Also works with users who do not have edit access, and even if someone does not have a Botsociety account. Just send them your URL, or use the Share button.Test with real humans: Prototype modeWe released prototype mode! It allows anyone to try out your design, type what they want and give you feedback. You can then review this data and add it to your design, discard it or use it to create new flows. Best of all, it’s free!InstagramYou can now design Instagram chat interactions on ...
Announcing: Adding paths with buttons
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Announcing: Adding paths with buttons

When adding a message with buttons, we now give you the option of choosing how you want to organize your conversation flow following the buttons. Messages with buttons can be carousels with buttons, buttons, quick replies, etc.When you add a message with buttons, we now prompt you to pick the best option for your use case:Each button should have its own new path; you’ll design different experiences for all of themAll buttons lead to the same message; no new paths will be addedThe first button is added to the current path; the other ones get new pathsRead more on our documentation. You can sign up for free on Botsociety here.Comments (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "...