Effective communication with clients is crucial for any business, and if you're using Line for client interactions, integrating it with Pronnel can streamline your enquiry and support management. This tutorial guides you through setting up your Business Line bot with Pronnel quickly and efficiently.
Access Line Developer Console: First, go to the Line Developer Console.
Log In and Create a Business ID: Log in and create a new Line Business ID. You'll need to provide your name and email
Create a New Provider: Follow the prompts to make a new business provider.
Create a Messaging API Channel: Create a Messaging API channel in the Channels tab. Fill out the form with the necessary information.
Generate Channel Access Token: Create a channel access token under the Messaging API tab.
Copy Essential Information: Remember to copy the Bot Basic ID, access token, and Channel secret key from the Basic settings tab. These will be crucial for the next step.
Navigate to Pronnel Lead Board: Go to the Pronnel Lead board, which is linked to a Contact board.
Access Settings: Click on the settings tab.
Select Line Channel: Find the Channel option in the settings and select Line.
Enter Credentials: Enter the Bot Basic ID, token number, and Line secret key you obtained from Step 1.
Connect and Save Webhook URL: Click on the connect button. Pronnel will provide you with a webhook URL. Save this URL for the next step.
Return to Line Developer Console: Go back to the Line Developer console.
Edit Messaging Channel API: Under the Provider tab, select Messaging Channel
Update Webhook URL: Edit the section and enter the URL you received from Pronnel.
Verify and Enable Webhook: Click Update, then verify and enable the use of the webhook.
Congratulations! Your Line Business channel is now successfully linked with the Pronnel Board. Testing the integration is essential to ensure everything is working as expected. This setup will allow you to manage client enquiries and support more efficiently, keeping your business communications streamlined and organized.
Integrating Pronnel with your Line Business account is a simple yet effective way to improve client communication. By following these straightforward steps, you can ensure that your business is leveraging the best of both platforms, leading to improved client satisfaction and operational efficiency. Start today and experience the difference it can make in your client management strategy!
Pronnel Integration with Line is a process that connects your Line Business account with the Pronnel platform, allowing for efficient client inquiries and support management through Line.
Integrating Line with Pronnel streamlines client communication, organizes inquiries, and enhances support management, making your business operations more efficient.
A Line Business account is essential for this integration as it provides the APIs and settings required for the setup.
To create a Line Business ID, log into the Line Developer Console, provide your name and email, and follow the prompts to make a new provider.
A Messaging API channel in Line allows for programmable communication features. Integrating with Pronnel is necessary to enable automated messaging and client interaction.
These can be found under the Basic settings tab in your Line Developer Console after creating your Messaging API channel.
Log in to your Pronnel account, navigate to the Lead board, and click the settings tab to access these configurations.
You need to enter the Bot Basic ID, token number, and Line secret key obtained from Line in the Pronnel settings.
After entering the necessary details and connecting your Line account in Pronnel settings, Pronnel will provide a webhook URL.
The webhook URL establishes two-way communication between Line and Pronnel, enabling real-time data exchange and response handling.
After completing the integration, send a message through your Line Business account and check if it is appropriately reflected and manageable in the Pronnel Lead board.
For any challenges during the integration process, you can consult the support sections of both Line and Pronnel or reach out to their customer support teams for assistance.