Greeter Bot app – new, free and easy to use

A new bot application has been released: the Greeter app. It comes free with a Personal Bot.

Main Features:

  • Various greeter options: group inviter, chat, IM and inventory
  • Multiple groups and inventory items
  • Ability to invite visitors once, twice or always
  • Spamless: respects parcel borders
  • Greeter statistics web page: with graphs and history
  • E-mail reporting & notifications

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New local chat autoresponder

Continuing our efforts to automate your SL business, we release a new LocalChat AutoResponder bot add-on.

This is an exciting and highly anticipated tool!

Features

  • Respond with a text to match local chat messages.
  • Send group invitation and/or inventory offers.
  • Respond to several messages at once.
  • A handy auto-replies editor.

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New, refreshed Local Chat – now with calendar!

Local Chat add-on has an exciting update that will open more options for your Personal Bot. Until now, we were only able to view and send messages through to bot’s local chat.  You have asked for more and we listened, Local Chat add-on was updated with more advanced tools and here they are!

Lets see what’s inside!

local-chat-main-page

Firstly, we’ve remastered main page of the add-on – allowing you to navigate through the pages much more easier, with some good vibe of user-friendliness!

After that, we’ve added some cool features:  (more…)

New bot module allows talking over local chat

Second Life bot using a local chat from web pageWe’ve released a new Alive Module: Local Chat. It allows your bot accessing its local chat.

The bot’s local chat control becomes available in your SmartBots web account, so you can read messages and talk with nearby avatars via your personal bot. All messages are being saved even if you are offline yourself!

Local Chat module has been designed to support your visitors without logging to Second Life. It is also a great way to monitor your office surroundings!

The module can be bought in a Bot Store. Take a look at module’s documentation page for more info and examples.