Facebook Messenger Bot is a bot developed by Facebook for its Facebook Messenger application. The Facebook Chatbot was first introduced in Facebook's April Fools' Day promotion. This bot was designed to help people in finding out who talked to them through their Messenger software. By using this bot, you can easily track the IP address where the person who called you comes from, and then you could trace where they are going.
So, how does this work? Well, the Facebook Chatbot will go into different rooms in your Facebook profile and search for conversations happening there. Then it'll go on to record all the conversations that it finds. It keeps these recordings for about 20 days, which is how I plan to use it.
The Facebook Chatbot can be used as an IP trace as long as the IP address is not changed. This however does not mean the bot is going to reveal every single thing about a person. You'll only be told what it already knows about a person. That is, it is limited to the conversations it has been trained to record. It can, however, give you the name of the person and sometimes the city he lives in or his age.
When you're ready to use the Facebook ChatBot, you first need to install it onto your computer. Next, go to settings and click on Add Account. Here you need to enter the IP address of the person you wish to track. After that, you'll have to register your Bot with Facebook and supply some basic information. Once that is done, you can now log into Facebook and let the chatbot begin its work.
To activate the Facebook Chatbot, you need to log in to Facebook and simply click on the ChatBot icon located at the top right corner of the page. This will bring up the bot's dashboard. From here, you can select the Location tab and you'll be shown a map that will show you where your bot is currently located.
If everything was configured correctly, you should now be able to see your chatbot icon in your Facebook Newsfeed. If you don't see it, go to the Help section of Facebook and click the button saying that you cannot connect to your chatbot. This is because Facebook Messenger Bot uses its own profile page for logging in. It is not tied to any user, you might have already signed up with. If you know how to do that, you can easily create another account for yourself.
Once you have successfully logged in, you need to pick a name for your bot. Pick something easy and short so that Facebook won't take too long to detect it. The Bot will then ask you for a user name and password. You simply answer these questions, providing a valid email address and valid username. Once the user name and password are all verified, the Bot will then be able to access your Facebook account.
All that's left is to start chatting away! You can use the chatbox provided by the Facebook Chatbot or you can use the one on your user name. Either way, you'll soon find out how to use this nifty little social networking tool. Happy chatting!
When chatting with your Facebook chatbot, never provide any personal information such as a user name or an email address. This is a very big mistake. If you happen to mention either of these, chances are that the Facebook chatbot will reply to you automatically or will send a message asking for clarification. If this happens, then you may want to consider changing your user name, because chances are that the Facebook bot will be thinking that you are still a boy and not a real person. Be careful.
Once you're ready to chat with your Facebook chatbot, you'll need to fill out the "chat conversation" area. This is where you'll type in whatever information you'd like the bot to know about you. For example, if you're interested in dating, then state this so the bot will have everything it needs to match your interests. For something more general, such as surfing the web, simply state what kind of internet you prefer to use. The chatbot will then browse through the web pages in its user name, so make sure that you are specific in what you want.
Finally, before chatting with your Facebook chatbot, ensure that it is connected to the Internet. Otherwise, it won't be able to access the various websites you might want it to. It's best to test this by having several friends log in and out of the chat. If all five of them are connected, then the bot is hooked up to the Internet. Now all you have to do is start typing.