Message Channels are topic-based conversation threads within the chat screen. It helps you set the right context and expectation with the users and route conversations based on topics to the right team member or support team (e.g. refunds, feedback).
You can pre-configure message channels for your business based on the most common customer queries.
Your visitors can start conversations from specific channels while you can launch contextual campaigns within a particular channel. A channel can be mapped to a group to automatically assign all conversations in that channel to that group.
Multilingual message channels are channels that will be visible in the browser language chosen by a user.
The first step is to set the Primary language. All the content has to be first added in the Primary language for them to be translated into other languages.
To create a multilingual message channel, you need to first add the languages in Settings.
Adding and Enabling Languages
To add a language,
Go to Settings.
Click Add a language. A pop-up box appears.
Select a language from the drop-down. Click Add language.
You can Enable/Disable the added languages using the toggle.
Repeat the above steps to add other languages.
Enable the languages in which you want to create the message channels.
Once you create a message channel, you can see the enabled and disabled languages. Languages with greyed out toggles are disabled and the ones in blue are the enabled or active languages for that particular channel.
Adding Multilingual Message Channel
To add a channel in a different language,
Click on the channel name. The Edit Channel box appears.
Click on the language to add or edit translation.
Enter the details like channel name, welcome message, tags in the translated language.
You can select the language from Preview channels in drop-down.
Click on the Not translated in channel name, the Edit Channel box appears.
Enter channel details translated in the chosen language.
Select the Hide checkbox if you want to hide the channel.
You cannot edit the Group to which the channel has been mapped or the Channel Tags.