Recently, when I was waiting in line to get into the local Wegmans supermarket, I saw a poster showing how customers could scan and bag their products using an app, called Wegmans Scan.
Reading the poster I thought, hum, that should be fairly easy to implement using a Twnel Superbot (chatbot).
To create the Superbot to capture the barcode and the name and save that info into the sheet, we need to:
Create a script that can receive the data form the Superbot (using Google Apps Script)
Generate a webhook (endpoint) to be triggered when there is data from the Superbot to be saved.
To create the Superbot using the Twnel bot framework
In this post, I will provide a short intro to the Twnel Bot Spec. Understanding its main elements will allow you to get a head start when developing chatbot flows using the Twnel Framework.
A chatbot flow in Twnel has the following components: …
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