Afinal, o que dá para fazer no Push?
Adjusting the Time Zone and Date Format
Adjusiting the Languages Configuration
Adding Viber channel
Creating a flow to a surveyor
Using a Android CellPhone as a Channel
How a SMS Integration Works
Deleting a Channel
Adding an e-Mail channel
Select a Message to Send Later
Adding Audio to the Message
Adding Video to the Message
Adding Image to the message
Adding a Contact
Add, Edit and Prioritize the Contacts Addresses
Adding New Fields
Editing the Fields
Looking for Contacts
Configuring the Contact Language
Types of Contacts and Variables
Contatos e Mensagens: URN's, campos de contato e grupos
Introdução a Fluxos
Visualizing and Exporting Variables
Sending a Message Through the Flow
Introduction to Flow Variables
Classifing and Deleting Contacts in Groups
Sending an Email
Exporting and Importing a Flow
Adding and Actualizing the Contact Fields
Types of Flows
Starting a Webhook
Starting a Flow
Creating a New Flow
Sending a Message to Somebody Else
Creating a Flow in Different Languages
Know the Flow Editor
Start Someone Else in Flow
Adding Labels to Responses
Starting Another Flow
Defining Keywords for a flow
Expressions and Variables
Expressions and Variables Introduction
Date and Time
Referencing the variables
Date and Time Values
Introduction to Triggers
Creating a Message Keyword that Launches a Flow
Creating a Message Keyword that Allows People to Join a Group
Start a Flow in the Future or on a Schedule
Start a Flow After Receiving a Call
Start a Flow After a Missed Call
Start a Flow When a Conversation is Started by a Contact
Start a Flow After Receiving a Message Not Handled Elsewhere
Ignoring a Keyword in a Flow
Como criar um gatilho
U-Partners - Proper use of features
Wait for Response's categories
Website polls - Graphic vs. Words cloud
Modifying started Poll's flows
Creating and Deleting a Group
Adding or Removing a Contact from a Group
Creating a Dynamic Group
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Updated by Evelyn Bernardo
A contact is the final user that interacted or will interact with the platform. The communication with the contacts happens through a channel.
A contact can:
- Be created in the Contacts guide;
- Be generate automatically when a new number communicates with your account through a channel;
- Or imported to your account through a spreadsheet XLS.
On the Contacts guide, you can:
- See, add, edit or delete the contact's attributes;
- Organize your contacts in groups;
- Visualize the message background of each contact and see if it has some scheduled to send messages.
- Add, edit and prioritize the addresses.
Contact Fields: For each contact is attributed attributes that are called contact fields. They have values with your name, phone number and any individual information that you want to include. The contact fields are divided into two categories, standard and personalized fields, and they can get three types of value: text, numerical or date and time.
Default Fields: Includes the name, contact and group addresses.
Contacts Addresses: Each contact has an address, or URN, where the account messages are sent. The contact addresses are a kind of standard field, like Name and Groups. Addresses represent the ways that you can connect with their contacts. The most common type of address is phone number, although contact can have a Twitter, Telegram, email address and any external identification that you want to add. Each contact can attribute various addresses with the same type, in other ways, you can attribute different phone numbers to a unique contact. A contact address can be prioritized, so they will be organized using the priority order in the contact profile page.
Besides this, the prioritized address will appear in the contacts page.
Making reference to a contact in the flow
There are two ways to make a reference to the contacts fields into the flow:
@contact- reference the contact that is receiving the message. In most cases, this is an active contact. When you use "Send a Message to Someone", @contact refers to the contact or group that the message is sent.
@Step.contact- reference the contact that sends the last message processed by the flow. In most cases, this is also an active contact. To use the "Send an SMS Response", @step.contact and @contact are the same contacts. To use the "Send a Message to Someone", @step.contact refer to the contact that received a message to the "Send a Message to Someone" into the flow, through triggers.
As the message created by "Send a Message to Someone Else" was sent to John Cordeiro, @contact.first_name will be replaced for John. @step.contact.name and @step.contact.tel will be replaced for the user name and phone number that needs support.