Integrate Facebook Messenger with Mention

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Facebook Messenger and Mention

  • No code
  • No Credit Card
  • Lightning Fast Setup
Heart

20 Million work hours saved

Award Winning App Integration Platform

About Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is the official app for sending free messages and video calls to anyone in the world with a Facebook account. Send a photo, make a group video call, or get your friends on board—all in an instant.

About Mention

Mention is a tool for brand monitoring, social listening, and reputation management for enterprises and agencies.

Want to explore Facebook Messenger + Mention quick connects for faster integration? Here’s our list of the best Facebook Messenger + Mention quick connects.

Explore quick connects
Connect Facebook Messenger + Mention in easier way

It's easy to connect Facebook Messenger + Mention without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • Triggers
  • New Delivered Message

    Triggers when a new Message is sent to a page.

  • New Message

    Triggers when a new Message is sent to a page.

  • New Message Read

    Triggers when a new Message is sent to a page.

  • New Message sent to Page

    Triggers when a new Message is sent to a page.

  • New Alert

    Triggers when a new alert is added.

  • New Mention

    Triggers when a new mention comes through for the specified alert

  • Actions
  • Send Message

    Send message from facebook page.

  • Create Alert

    Creates a new alert

How Facebook Messenger & Mention Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Facebook Messenger 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 Mention 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 Facebook Messenger to Mention.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention

Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is an instant messaging app developed by Facebook, Inc. since 2011. It was originally released as "Facebook Chat" in 2008, but it changed its name to "Messenger" in August 2014. As of June 2016, Facebook Messenger has more than 800 million monthly users and more than 50 billion messages are sent each month on the app.

Mention

Mention is an online service that allows users to search for specific people, brands, hashtags, topics, and domains. It also has a feature called Mentions that enables users to monitor their mentions across several social media channels. Mention also has a team of journalists to monitor content about their brand, hash tags or keywords they are monitoring and get notified through email if they have been mentioned anywhere. Mention is a PR top that helps them check their brand mentions and improve the quality of their posts by comparing it with other influencers in their niche.

/ Analysis

Integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention

The integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention makes communication between Facebook and Mention easier for PR professionals who want to track their brand mentions using both platforms. It is beneficial for PR professionals because the integration eliminates the hassle of logging into two different platforms to track mentions. The integration allows PR professionals to use both platforms at the same time without having to log out from one platform to log into another. PR professionals can now monitor their brand mentions from Facebook Messenger directly from their computer screens without having to log out or go back and forth between two different platforms. The integration saves time for PR professionals because they do not need to switch between two different platforms especially when they are monitoring brands that require different methods of publishing content. In terms of productivity, PR professionals can now conspidate the management of their brand mentions into one platform instead of going back and forth between two different platforms. For example, if a PR professional monitors his or her brand mentions on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ using separate platforms, he or she can now monitor all his or her brands via Facebook Messenger by integrating Facebook Messenger with Mention. The integration also helps PR professionals save time because they do not need to log in and out of two different platforms every time they want to publish a status update on Facebook Messenger.

In addition, the integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention gives PR professionals an option to limit how many people see their posts published on Facebook Messenger. As stated on Facebook's help page, "For quick updates like 'Heading home', you can choose who sees your post." This means that PR professionals can now post an update about their brand or industry on Facebook Messenger and will be able to choose whether or not to share the post with their friends, public or no one. By limiting the number of people who see their post, PR professionals can now better contrp the reach of their content through Facebook Messenger unlike before where they could only share the post with everyone or no one. The ability to determine who sees the post is helpful for PR professionals because they can decide who gets access to their content based on their current needs such as focusing on potential customers instead of friends who may not be interested in their brand or industry. Also, PR professionals can now contrp the spread of information about their brands by choosing the audience who gets access to their posts so that there will be no unexpected exposure. For instance, if a PR professional wants to share information about a new product release with clients, he or she can now determine how many people will see the post by choosing public instead of friends only so that all his or her clients will be able to see the post instead of just sharing it with his or her friends. Therefore, the ability to contrp who sees a post makes the integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention useful for PR professionals because they can now better manage the distribution of content about their brands on Facebook Messenger.

Benefits of Integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention

The integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention has several benefits for PR professionals such as convenience, efficiency and productivity in managing brand mentions on Facebook Messenger while they are working on other tasks such as answering emails and writing articles in addition to monitoring brand mentions on Facebook Messenger. With the integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention, PR professionals can manage their brand mentions on Facebook Messenger from one platform by eliminating the back-and-forth movement between two separate platforms during monitoring activities on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. The integration makes it easier for PR professionals to manage their brand mentions on one platform rather than going back-and-forth between two separate platforms because it eliminates the hassle of logging into two different platforms every time they want to publish or update a status update about their brand or industry. With the integration of Facebook Messenger and Mention, PR professionals can now manage brand mentions on Facebook Messenger right from their computer screens without having to log out or go back and forth between two different platforms which saves time for them especially when they are working on other tasks simultaneously while monitoring a brand mention on Facebook Messenger. For instance, if a PR professional receives an email while he or she is monitoring his or her brand mentions on Twitter, he or she will have to log out from Twitter first then log into Gmail then reply to the email which may take too much time if he or she is busy doing other tasks at the same time instead of just replying to an email while he or she is still monitoring his or her brand mentions on Twitter directly from his or her computer screen without having to log out from Twitter first. In terms of productivity, PR professionals can now conspidate the management of their brand mentions into one platform instead of going back-and-forth between two different platforms which saves them time so that they can focus more on other tasks. In addition, it is helpful for PR professionals because they can now use both platforms at the same time without having to log out from one platform to log into another which saves them more time because they do not need to switch between two different platforms to manage various tasks such as monitoring brand mentions on Twitter for one hour then switching over to managing brand mentions on YouTube for another hour then switching over again to managing brand mentions on LinkedIn for yet another hour then switching over again after that hour to managing brand mentions on Google+ for yet another hour then switching over again after that hour again switch over again after one more hour to managing brand mentions on Pinterest for yet another hour then switching over again after that hour again switch over again after one more hour then finally switching over again after one more hour after that hour again…etcetera etcetera until they get tired and quit working altogether because they have had enough! Therefore, the integration makes it easier for PR professionals to manage multiple tasks simultaneously because they can now manage multiple tasks including monitoring brand mentions on Facebook Messenger from one single platform without having to manage multiple tasks using separate platforms which saves them time especially when they are working on multiple tasks at once which increases productivity and efficiency in managing brand mentions on Facebook Messenger as well as other tasks.

In addition, the integration gives PR professionals an option to contrp the visibility of their posts by setting up who sees each post so that PR professionals can choose who gets access to certain posts based on what kind of content they want to share with different audiences such as business partners, clients or employees depending on where they are sharing it like a personal account or a business account. For example, if a PR professional sets up his or her account as a business account in order to monitor his or her brand mentions at work then he or she can set up his account as a business account so that all his clients will be able to see any posts being published by him but he doesn't want all his friends who might not be interested in his business to see those posts so he chooses public instead of friends only so that all his clients get access while all his friends get locked out so that they will not see those posts unless he decides to invite them personally via sending them an invitation link through private message where only he will be allowed access and not his friends unless he decides otherwise by inviting some friends he wants who might not be interested in his business anyway but might be interested in seeing what he publishes about his business so that he does not waste his own time by sending invitations links through private messages for no reason just for posting something he wants everyone else in his friend list who might not be interested in his business anyway but might be interested in seeing what he publishes about his business so that he does not waste his own time by sending invitations links through private messages for no reason just for posting something he doesn't even care if anyone else sees but might want someone else in his friend list who might not be interested in his business anyway but might be interested in seeing what he publishes about his business so that he does not waste his own time by sending invitations links through private

The process to integrate Facebook Messenger and Mention 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.

Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on January 25,2023 05:21 pm