Week of January 5th
New updates: Third-party bots
Exact delivery dates may vary, and brands may therefore not have immediate access to all features on the date of publication. Please contact your LivePerson account team for the exact dates on which you will have access to the features.
The timing and scope of these features or functionalities remain at the sole discretion of LivePerson and are subject to change.
Detailed "Connection failed" message
In the Add/Edit bot dialog, the "Test Connection" button now provides more details in case of a failure.
Information includes now:
- Which service was the bot not able to connect to (AI vendor / Bot agent login)
- Error details returned by the service that the bot was unable to connect to
Conversation errors: Allow filtering by error name
It is now possible to filter the conversation errors by their error name, allowing brands to view only the error types they are currently interested in.
Zero exposure of vendor secrets to users
The Third-Party Bots connector will no longer display the app secrets if a user navigates to the bot configuration of an existing Third-Party bot. A placeholder message is shown instead of the secret.
Disclaimer added to the "Stop Bot" dialogue
If a running bot that has connection issues (for example expired vendor credentials) is stopped by a user, it will not be possible to start this bot until the connection issues are resolved. The existing "Stop bot" disclaimer message is updated to reflect that.
Conversation errors: Allow server-side pagination
A bot can accumulate a high number of conversation errors during his runtime. This enhancement introduces server-side pagination on the conversation errors to improve the performance of the application
Survey Bot Wizard able to select an agent manager
To support the creation of Third-Party survey bots directly from the Medallia integration inside the Integration hub, the Third-Party bots wizard now allows the selection of the agent manager profile for new survey bots.
Update Conversation Tester error links
All deep links of the Conversation Tester errors to the developers documentation now work seamlessly.
Status for newly created bots that cannot be started immediately
The Third-Party bots wizard allows the creation of new skills and agents when creating a new bot. When a bot is created using a new user or skill, the bot cannot be started directly after creation as the user creation process is still ongoing. Therefore, we have introduced a new bot status in the UI to show when a bot is currently being set up and that the user cannot start the bot until the setup process is finished.