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How to use the Auto-Responder plugin?
The Auto-Responder plugin helps you respond with a custom response flow of messages and chat events to certain messages from the chatbox, from email, or from other integrations (eg. Messenger). You can create Intents that are fired upon certain conditions, and that contain the response flow. This guide goes into explaining the general concepts of Auto-Responder and Intents. Video tutorial: What Auto-Responder do? Auto-Respond
How to use Triggers?
Triggers can be used to send automated events to the chatbox of your visitors & users. Triggers are activated upon events, and execute a given set of actions. You can configure as many Triggers as you wish for the same website on Crisp. This guide goes into explaining the general concepts of triggers, and how everything is linked together. Video tutorial: What Triggers do? Triggers help you automate your marketing by
How to use Status Page?
Websites using Crisp may create their own status page via Crisp Status Page. It automatically monitors configured nodes from your infrastructure, and notifies your team when a service gets down. Required plan for Status Page Check the Crisp Pricing page if you need more information on
How to setup the Crisp Status Reporter library?
If you're using Crisp Status to monitor nodes in push mode, you will need to setup a Crisp Status Reporter on each of your monitored application node. Crisp Status Reporter libraries are easy to install in your applications. Crisp supports a growing number of application platforms. You may contact us if you need a non-supported programming language or platform added. Libraries Find a Crisp Status Reporter library for your language: Rust: rs-crisp-status-reporter(https://githu
How to setup the Crisp Status Local service?
If you're using Crisp Status to monitor nodes in local mode, you will need to run a Crisp Status Local service on your own infrastructure. Crisp Status Local is a daemon that you need to install on a server of yours in the event you have local nodes to monitor (ie. private HTTP or TCP hosts).
How to include a Status Page badge image?
If you're using Crisp Status to run your status page, you may want to display a little colored badge image in your website footer, to show your current systems status. That's possible with Crisp Status. A status badge image can be useful to have a quick overview of your systems status by looking at your main website footer, without even opening the actual status page. The status badge image takes the color of the current status: either green for healthy, orange for sick and red for `de