To connect your bot to any of these platform just follow the same instructions as for Skype, then connect your bot to the service from the Microsoft Bot Platform.
But instead of indulging in “outsider” bashing for not picking up the local dialect, our ever-friendly city folk are turning to a spirit of camaraderie by teaching the language to those curious and intent on learning it. To teach Kannada through music, something you can get a glimpse of on March 3 at Rangoli Metro Art Centre with city-based musicians like Vasu Dixit and Hemanth Jois.Powered by Kannada Gottilla, a community that teaches the language over Whatsapp chats, phone calls and Skype even, music is one of the widely used techniques in their language inventory.Click the 'Generate an app password to continue' button.A popup window will appear with a generated password.Having been at it for over 15 months, the team found this event necessary to reach a wider audience and build confidence in their existing students by giving them a stage to practice.
“Music is a universal language and has no barriers.
You can also watch this "how to" on Youtube here Step 1 - Create a Bot First you must create a bot that you want to connect to Skype, or you can use one of your existing bots.
To create a bot, follow the instructions here: How to create your own chat bot in 10 clicks.
Test it out now by talking with our demo bots Brain Bot or Julie on Skype The Microsoft Bot Framework also provides a gateway to connect your bot to many other services.
These include, Kik, Bing, Cortana, Email, Facebook, Group Me, MSTeams, Slack, Telegram and Twilio.
To allow your bot to chat with other people, you will need to publish your bot.