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Inviter Interface device updated

Ne inviter board, with rotating imagesAn important update for SmartBots Inviter Interface has been released (the actual version is now v5.4).

The update contains improvements which make the visitor locator more stable and flexible. If you are using SmartBots Group Inviter, we suggest you to grab the new Interface and rez it. It is not a mandatory update, but your inviter is guaranteed to work more smoothly.

Get a new Interface:

Group Tenancy add-on released!

Group Tenancy is a new add-on for Standard Personal Bots that allows renting out your Second Life group membership!

Group Tenancy invites residents to your group for a price and limited time. Thus, resident pays the terminal and becomes your group tenant. After the tenancy period expires, resident gets ejected from the group automatically.

You no longer have to maintain members expiration lists manually. Your bot does everything for you!

How it works

  1. You list your group with Group Tenancy, set the membership period & rez an in-world Terminal
  2. Visitor pays to the Payment Terminal
  3. Bot sends a group invitation
  4. …time passes
  5. Once a group membership period expires, bot ejects the resident from the group.

The add-on includes transactional IMs: the greeting message, payment reminder and ejection message.

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New HTTP API: group_info and avatar_info

The new functions has been added to SmartBots HTTP API and Bots Playgroundgroup_info and avatar_info.

The functions work in a similar way and return the information about the specific group and avatar respectively.

Check the related documentation pages:

 

See the first SmartBots Live Stream on YouTube

The first Live Stream record is available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GMLoXdSBxR4

We suggest turning on the video captions, YouTube did recognize them pretty well! You can also select to translate them to your language.

If you like the Live Stream format, subscribe to our channel and like the video! What do you prefer: Live Streams or pre-recorded tutorials? Or both?

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