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Setting up Web Messaging

Create a Web Messaging connection in Digital Messaging Manager of your Digital Messaging interface and configure the general and security settings for the connection. Once you have configured the settings, install the Web Messaging widget onto the client's website using the JavaScript code available on the Installation tab in Digital Messaging Manager.

Creating a connection and configuring general settings

Set up a Web Messaging connection by performing the following steps:
  1. In the Connections section of your digital messaging interface, click Manage connections.

    The system displays the DIGITAL MESSAGING MANAGER page.
  2. On the DIGITAL MESSAGING MANAGER page, in the DIGITAL MESSAGING MANAGER section, click Add Connection. The system displays the Add a connection section with tiles for the channels, as shown in the following figure:

    Displaying multiple channels
    The digital messaging manager displaying tiles for different
                                channels, such as Facebook, SMS, and Twitter.
  3. To set up a Web Messaging chat widget, from the available digital messaging connections, select Web Messaging.

    The system displays the New Web Messaging section.
  4. On the General tab, in the Name field, enter the name of the connection.

  5. In the Appearance section, perform the following steps to configure the appearance of the chat widget:

    1. In the Chat heading field, enter the name that you want to display on the chat header.

    2. On the Primary color palette, pick a color for the new chat widget. The system applies this color to the new chat header and icons.

    3. In the Display messagefield, enter the message that you want to display when the customer first opens the chat widget to start a conversation.

      You can customize the message to suit your business needs. For example, Welcome to U+ Bank!
    4. Click Save. The system displays the message Chat account successfully created.

      When you save the changes, the system displays the connection name above the settings tabs. The system also shows the Company logo section and makes the additional tabs available when you click Save.
    5. Configure sound notifications when messages arrive in the chat window:

      1. In the Sound notifications section, in the Choose when to play list, select Don't Play Sound Notifications, Play On Every Message, or Play Only When Not Visible.
      2. If you selected to play a sound for every message or only when the chat window is not visible, in the Select sound list, select one of the predefined sounds.
      3. Optional: To hear the audio of the selected predefined sound, click the Play icon.
    6. In the Company logo section, perform the following steps for the company logo to appear on the Web Messaging chatbot header:

      1. To display the company logo on the Web Messaging chatbot header, select the Display company logo check box.
        Uncheck the check box if you do not want the company logo to appear in the Web Messaging chatbot header.
      2. To upload the image of the company logo, click Upload Image.
        The image must be square, with a file size of 500kb maximum. Supported image types are: jpg, jpeg, and png.

        If an image already exists, uploading a new image replaces the old image.

    To delete the Web Messaging connection, click Delete connection.

Configuring security settings

Configure security settings by performing the following steps:
  1. In the Allowed domains section, in the New domain field, enter the URL of the website that is valid to render the new chat widget, and then click Add. The system displays the website under Domains.

    You can add more than one domain to the Allowed domains section. Adding the domains here validates that the websites can securely render the Web Messaging widget on their web pages. The widget will not load on any websites except for the sites configured in this section. If you do not enter any domain, or enter "*", the Web Messaging widget renders on any website.
  2. In the Allowed cookies section, in the New cookie field, add the cookie that allows passing information between your website and the Pega Customer Service implementation, and then click Add. The system displays the newly-added cookie under Cookies.

    You can add more than one cookie to the Allowed cookies section.
  3. In the JWT API Token section, click Show JWT Secretto view the token.

    You can use JWT API token to sign requests while exchanging private data.

Installing Web Messaging widget

Web Messaging installation is the process of adding the web messaging bot to the client website pages.
  1. On the Installation tab, in the JavaScript section, click Copy to copy the code and paste it above the </body> tag on each webpage where you want the Web Messaging widget to appear.

    Displaying the Web Messaging widget code snippet
    Displaying the Web Messaging widget code snippet
  2. Close the window.

The system displays the newly-created Web Messaging connection in the Connections section in Digital Messaging Manager.
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