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Adobe Sign + Appy Pie Chatbot Integrations

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About Adobe Sign

Adobe Sign is a cloud-based service that lets an individual or organization send, secure, track, and manage e-signature processes.

About Appy Pie Chatbot

Appy Pie Chatbot is a powerful and easy-to-use no-code chatbot builder. It helps you make your own chatbots for your business with minimum effort.

Appy Pie Chatbot Integrations
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    Triggers
  • Document Signed

    Triggers when a new document signed

  • New Chat

    Triggers when the chatbot conversation is completed.

  • New Chats Data

    Triggers whenever a user interacts with the chatbot selected during integration.

    Actions
  • Send Agreement

    Creates an agreement. Sends it out for signatures.

How Adobe Sign & Appy Pie Chatbot Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Adobe Sign as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Appy Pie Chatbot as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Adobe Sign to Appy Pie Chatbot.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Adobe Sign and Appy Pie Chatbot

  • Introduction:
  • Adobe Sign is a service that allows the users to send and receive electronic signature. It’s developed by Adobe Systems Incorporated and it’s free for use. It also provides the API version which enables Appy Pie to integrate with Adobe Sign. The API version can be integrated with any other third party applications as well. It can make use of different cloud services such as DropBox and Google Drive to store the electronic signatures. It helps in creating, sending and approving the documents. It also provides an API and SDK which enables third-party applications to integrate with Adobe Sign.

    Appy Pie Chatbot:

    Appy Pie is a chatbot builder platform that allows its users to create bots for Facebook Messenger, Slack, Skype, Kik and Telegram. It has a vast library of pre-defined chatbot templates and it can be used to create customized chatbot templates. The chatbot templates are available in the form of widgets and they can be added to any web pages. The bot creator top is simple and easy to use. It consists of two main sections – Bot Builder and Bot Store. Bot builder is used to create a bot from scratch and the Bot Store is used to choose a bot template from a wide variety of templates. The channels that can be used for integrating a chatbot with include messenger, slack, skype, telegram, kik, web, email etc.

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    Integration of Adobe Sign and Appy Pie Chatbot

    The Appy Pie chatbot can be integrated with Adobe Sign for signing documents electronically. In order to achieve this integration, the API version of Adobe sign should be integrated with Appy Pie Chatbot. There are two ways of integrating Adobe Sign with Appy Pie Chatbot – through API version or through Widget version.

    Integration through API Version:

    In order to integrate Adobe Sign with Appy Pie chatbot through API version, first, you have to create a new app in Appy Pie platform by clicking on ‘New’ option present at the bottom right corner of your screen. You will be taken to a page where you will have to enter details about your app, such as name of the app, category under which it will appear on Appy Pie platform, it’s website URL etc. After entering all the details about your app, you will be taken to your app dashboard on which you will see two options i.e. ‘Create New Plugin’ and ‘Create New Widget’. By selecting ‘Widget’ option you will be taken to a page where you will have to select the widget type. Select ‘Chatbot Widget’ option which is available under ‘Apps’ section. You will then be taken to another page where you will have to select the widget template that you want to use for creating your chatbot. Scrpl down the page and you will find out three widget templates namely – Simple Widget, Custom Widget (Facebook. and Custom Widget (Other. Select the Simple Widget option since you want to create a chatbot based on Facebook Messenger template. You will then be taken to another page where you will be asked to enter details like title of your bot, name of bot developer (your name), description (about your bot. etc. After entering all the details, click on ‘Next’ button present at the bottom left corner of your screen. You will then be taken to an empty page on which you have to start building your chatbot. Enter the name of your bot in the top-left corner of your screen fplowed by an @ symbp. This is done so that when someone tries to contact this chatbot, the @ symbp will appear before the name of the bot so that there appears no possibility of typo when typing in the name of the bot in order to initiate conversation with it. After entering the name of your bot in the top-left corner of your screen, start adding features by clicking on ‘Add Feature’ option present in the top-right corner of your screen. As soon as you click on ‘Add Feature’ option, you will be taken to another page where you will have to choose one out of three types of chatbot feature i.e.(Facebook Messenger, Slack or Skype. Select Slack option since you are interested in creating a chatbot based on Slack template. Then click on ‘Next’ button present at the bottom left corner of your screen. You will then be taken to another page where you can choose one out of three features provided by Slack template i.e.(Receiving Direct Messages, Message Threads or Both. Select Message Threads option since you want your chatbot to respond only through message threads instead of direct messages only. Then click on ‘Next’ button present at the bottom left corner of your screen. You will then be taken to another page where you will have to enter details such as login credentials (email address and password), channel name i.e., channel name through which you want your users to be able to access your chatbot and channel icon image URL along with channel icon image file name at which it is hosted on your server etc. After filling up all these details, click on ‘Next’ button present at the bottom left corner of your screen and you will finally reach a page where you will have to save all your changes made in your chatbot thereby saving it permanently in your account. Your chatbot is now successfully integrated with Slack Messenger service and has been saved permanently in your account under ‘Chatbots’ section under ‘Apps’ section.

    Integration through Widget Version:

    In order to integrate Adobe Sign with Appy Pie chatbot through widget version, first, you have to create a new app in Appy Pie platform by clicking on ‘New’ option present at the bottom right corner of your screen. You will be taken to a page where you will have to enter details about your app, such as name of the app, category under which it will appear on Appy Pie platform, it’s website URL etc. After entering all the details about your app, you will be taken to your app dashboard on which you will see two options i.e. ‘Create New Plugin’ and ‘Create New Widget’. By selecting ‘Widgets’ option you will be taken to a page where you will have to select the widget type. Select ‘Chatbot Widget’ option which is available under ‘Apps’ section. You will then be taken to another page where you will have to select the widget template that you want to use for creating your chatbot widget. Scrpl down the page and you will find out three widget templates namely – Simple Widget, Custom Widget (Facebook. and Custom Widget (Other. Select Simple Widget option since you want to create a chatbot based on Facebook Messenger template. You will then be taken to another page where you will be asked to enter details like title of your bot, name of bot developer (your name), description (about your bot. etc. After entering all the details, click on ‘Next’ button present at the bottom left corner of your screen. You will then be taken to an empty page on which you have to start building your chatbot widget by clicking on add new button present in top-left corner of your screen fplowed by an @ symbp just like when we were creating WhatsApp Chatbot using Chatbot widget in our previous article i.e., How To Create WhatsApp Chatbot Using Chatbot Widget In Appy Pie Platform? After entering @ symbp and clicking on add new button, start adding features by clicking on add new button present in top-right corner of your screen fplowed by an @ symbp just like when we were creating WhatsApp Chatbot using Chatbot widget in our previous article i.e., How To Create WhatsApp Chatbot Using Chatbot Widget In Appy Pie Platform? As soon as you click on add new button, you will be taken to another window where you can choose one out of three types of chatbot feature i.e.(Facebook Messenger, Slack or Skype. Select Slack option since we are interested in creating a chatbot based on Slack template .You can also choose custom widget template if required but we recommend using custom widget template only if there is not any Slack plugin available for third-party application for which you want integrate chat functionality by using Appy Pie Chatbot .Then click on add new button present at the bottom right corner of your screen fplowed by an @ symbp just like when we were creating WhatsApp Chatbot using Chatbot widget in our previous article i.e., How To Create WhatsApp Chatbot Using Chat

    The process to integrate Adobe Sign and Appy Pie Chatbot may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.