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Activechat Essentials

Platform Basics

Messaging Channels

Visual builder

Bot settings

Integrations

Grow Tools

Bot examples

E-commerce Chatbots

E-commerce Basics

E-commerce Integrations

Displaying Products

Shopping cart

Payments

Accepting payments and sending invoices

Order updated

Sending order updates

Bot example

Sample Messenger store assistant

Advanced Chatbot Tools

Tracking site visits

Tracking code installation

Tracking page visits

Natural Language Chatbots

NLP Basics

Intents and Entities

NLP contexts

Building Dialogflow agent and connecting to Activechat

Sending user input to NLP engine

Triggering bot skills by intents and events

Working with entities

Slot filling

Using contexts

NLP best practices

Video tutorial

E-commerce Chatbots

Advanced Chatbot Tools

Tracking code installation Tracking page visits

Natural Language Chatbots

Intents and Entities NLP contexts Building Dialogflow agent and connecting to Activechat Sending user input to NLP engine Triggering bot skills by intents and events Working with entities Slot filling Using contexts NLP best practices

Connecting chatbot to Shopify store

Before Activechat complex chatbot integrations with e-commerce were costly and required lots of manual work. All this is in the past now. You can connect your Shopify store in a couple of mouse clicks and build advanced chatbot that will sell your products and serve your customers less that in a day.

Connecting Shopify

Advanced e-commerce integration comes with Architect and higher plans. It allows you to build dynamic galleries with products and categories from your online shop, and also enables shopping cart functionality to collect orders from your chatbot audience.

We use private app to connect Shopify, so you will need API tokens for connection. Go to your Shopify store admin page and click “Apps” on the left. Next, click “Manage private apps” on the right.

Now click “Create a new private app” in the top right corner. Name your app (“Activechat” works good for this), set your email address for alerts and change permissions to Read/Write (we need write access to be able to put orders into your store from the chatbot). Click “Save” when done.

Confirm with “I understand, create the app” in the pop-up that appears, and you will get API keys for your new app. Copy these and paste into “Shopify” section of “Settings – Integrations” page within Activechat Bot Builder.

Don’t forget to put your Shopify store address into “Store” field and click “Connect”. You should immediately see the list of your product categories, products and product variations in the table below. In case you change your inventory – just click “Disconnect” and then “Connect” again to update these lists.The lists can be used for reference when building your bot.

Enjoy!