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Email: Support@cyberbeta.com
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 Getting Started    

Welcome to the exciting world of Site Chatters. Here you will fine all you need to get the most out of your online personality. Please read each of the help files to familiarize yourself with their operations. Refer back to these help pages anytime to help with the use and configuration of your Site Chatter.    

            

Bot Console

The Bot Console is designed to make editing your Site Chatters brain easier. Follow the instructions below to install and use this console.

Step 1 Download Bot Console.
Download Bot Console from the following Link:
http://www.cyberbeta.com/infobot.exe

Step 2 Security Warnings:
You will receive typical download security warnings. Ignore these and follow teh directions:

Choose Run or Save


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Step 3 Security Warning 2

Choose Run

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Step 4 Begin Install

Choose Next

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Step 5 Choose Directory

The default directory is fine, choose next

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Step 6 Start Installation

Select Start

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Step 7 Finish Installation


Select exit to start applacation

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Step 8 Enter Account Number

Click the lock at the bottom of the console and a box will appear

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Step 9 Account Number

Enter the account number you received in your conformation email and click ok

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Step 10 Console

Now your console will appear with your Site Chatter in it.

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Initialprompt

The new initialprompt3 is now working. What it does is like this:

In your brain you will see initialprompt and initialprompt2

initialprompt is what the bot says the FIRST time a visitor visits your site. The bot automatically calls the user "visitor" by default.

initialprompt2 is what your bot says when they return only if the user has told the bot their name. Otherwise it defaults to initialprompt3

initialprompt3 is used when the visitor returns. If they have not told the bot their name it would say something like "Hi again, you never told me your name. What is it? So after the user tells the bot their name, the next time they come to your site the bot will greet them by the name they left using initialprompt2.

So add initialprompt3's to your brains:
Input: initialprompt3
Output: Welcome back! You still have not told me your name.

As many as you like.

 

 

LOGS

 Logs can be sorted by date, name or text in the messages. They can also be saved, deleted or printed
Date Format 00/00/000

Logs can printed complete or when sorted. 

 

 

Site Chatter Brain

Access your Site Chatters brain by clicking the yellow button at the top of the bots console. Once the window opens, enter your account number.
***NOTE you must use your mouse when navigating the Site Chatters brain when clicking buttons***

There are 7 buttons on the Site Chatter Brain page. Main, Main Brain, Final Brain, Parrott Brain, Logs, Help, Settings and Log out.
MAIN: Is just a "Home" key that takes you back to the main page
Main Brain: The main brain is where you will enter information that you want your Site Chatter to convey to your visitors.
Final Brain: The final brain is what the Site Chatter will say if it cannot find an answer in the main brain. These will be random responses so you can have as many as you like.
Parrott Brain: The parrot brain was added to combat abuse. You will find in your logs that some people will just enter a question and continue to hit enter thus sending the same input several times. The Site Chatters combat this by having random responses to multiply hits with the same input.
Logs: This is where your Site Chatter stores its logs of conversations with site visitors. You can use these to train your Site Chatter to better assist your site visitors.
Help: Is what brings you here
Settings: This is where you can do things like generate the code to put your Site Chatter on your site, change your password, turn bubbles on and off, set background colors, change your Site Chatters name. There will be further instructions on several of these further down in the user settings.

 

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USER SETTINGS

To edit your settings simply click on one of the buttons:
Change Password: Click on the "Change" Button. A box will pop up and ask you to enter your old password and new password. After you change the password just click "reset"

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Iframe Generator: The iframe generator is what makes the code that puts your Site Chatter on your web page. Simply enter your account number and click "generate" The code that you need to install on your web page will be in the box. Select the "copy" button and then simply place the code on your web page where you want your Site Chatter to be. Click reset if you make a mistake and try again.

Pop Up Generator: This is used if you would like to have your Site Chatter open via a button on your website must like a Live Support program.
***Note*** Site Chatter will open in a pop up window.
Enter Account number in the first box
Enter the full path to the image you would like to use that will open the Site Chatter
Click Generate
Click Copy
Paste code on your website where you would like your Site Chatter button to appear.


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Extended Brain On/Off: The extended brain is a 100k+ stock brain that can be switched on and off. Use the extended brain if you want your Site Chatter to have conversation abilities beyond those that you have programmed into your Site Chatters main brain.

Use Bubbles On/Off  Use this to turn on balloons that display Site chatters Text

Bot Name: You can change your bots name here

Bot Width: It is recommended that you leave this at the default 250X225 for best view.

Background Color: Use this to choose a background color that matches your WebPages

 

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 INSTALLING ON YOUR SITE

From your settings in your Site Chatters brain simply generate the bots code and paste the html into your website where you want your Site Chatter to show:

Iframe Generator: The iframe generator is what makes the code that puts your Site Chatter on your web page. Simply enter your account number and click "generate" The code that you need to install on your web page will be in the box. Select the "copy" button and then simply place the code on your web page where you want your Site Chatter to be. Click reset if you make a mistake and try again.

Pop Up Generator: This is used if you would like to have your Site Chatter open via a button on your website must like a Live Support program.
***Note*** Site Chatter will open in a pop up window.
Enter Account number in the first box
Enter the full path to the image you would like to use that will open the Site Chatter
Click Generate
Click Copy
Paste code on your website where you would like your Site Chatter button to appear.

 

 

EDITING YOUR SITE CHATTERS BRAIN

Input Box: Is where you would enter the questions that your website users might ask
Output Box: Is what you would like your Site Chatter to answer to the above question.
Search: You can search your brain for questions or answers that you have entered. This is helpful when your brain becomes big.
Download Brain: You should download and save your brain often. If there is ever a crash you will have a backup of your work.
Upload Brain: Upload a copy of your backed up brain
**Note** It is recommended that you download (Backup) your brains after every edit

 

Main Brain:
 
Here you will place all the files that you bot will use most commonly. Typically you will have inputs about your site, services or products. Keep your input short as its easier for the bots to find what a user is looking for.
Extended  Brain: (If equipped with one) 
While the main brain will use random files (Ones with the same input) The extended brain contains over 20000 responses to typical questions. It also uses the web to respond to user input. Any input with eth same content in your bots main brain will be selected first by the AI engine.
Final Brain:
Here is where the bot will look if it does not find an answer anywhere else. 
Parrot Brain:
The parrot brain is used to combat people repeating themselves over and over. rim contest. Visit the forum and have a look. 
Settings
Use this tab to change your brain editor password

 

Final

Parrott

URL parser

In your brains you will find a new "URl Parser" The way this works is you enter key words in the words and phrases box. Each word or key phrase on a new line.
Example:
Dog
Cat
Fish
Ice Cream

Enter what you want your Site Chatters to say about the link it is about to push in the Introduction
box.
Example:Here is a page about this

Enter the site you want to search in the Search Site Box.
Example: cyberbeta
**NOTE* Dont enter your full domain name just the name itself. IE: cyberbeta, yahoo, mysite
Also see this related post: http://www.cyberbeta.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=87

Enter as many lines as you like it will put them all in your main brain with one keystroke


 

 

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TIPS AND TRICKS

Here is a list of codes the bots currently use
 

Code Description Input Output Example
%u Used to retrieve the user name. What is My name %u is the name I have for you is that correct? User: What is my name?
Bot: Joe is the name I have for you is that correct?
@name Used to store the user name. My name is Joe @name|Ok I will call you %u User: My name is Joe
Bot: Ok I will call you Joe
@lookitup| Used to search the web for an answer What is a @lookitup|A toad is %a  
%p Used to repeat users input Do you Why are you asking me if I
 %p?
User: Do you eat eggs?
Bot:Why are you asking me if I eat eggs?
%b Used to call bot's name What is your name My name is %b  
geturl url Used to open web pages on the visitors computer Do you have a web page? Yes and here it is <geturl url="'http://www.cyberbeta.com'" target="'_blank'"/> Input:
Bot : Yes and here it is (Web Page Opens)
 
         
geturl url
 
Used to search the web Search for (whatever) Here is a page about %p<pause/> <geturl url="'http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%p'" target="'_blank'"/> Input:search for
@name| Used to remembers users Name my name is @name|Ok I will call you %u then Any Inputs or Outputs are ok
@bday| Used to remembers users birthday my birthday is @bday|i will remember that your birthday is %p Any Inputs or Outputs are ok
@live| Used to remember where a user lives i live in @live|Ok %u. I will remember that you live in %p Any Inputs or Outputs are ok
%z        
Action <lookup/> Can you lookup Ok I will Look Up <lookup/>  
Action <lookdown/>      
Action <lookleft/>      
Action <mouthsmile/>      
Action <lookupright/>      
  <lookupleft/>      
  <eyesnormal/>      
  <eyesnarrow/>      
  <eyeswide/>      
  <headup/>      
  <headdown/>      
  <headright/>      
  <headleft/>      
  <headnormal/>      
  <headshake/>      
%a        
@name|        
[[fish,fshi,fihs]] Handles spelling errors I like [[fish,fshi,fihs]] output: fish are good  
         
         
         
         
         

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Getting Support

Email: Support@cyberbeta.com

Support Board: Support Forum

Live Support When Available
 

Bob Norris
Botmaster