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26-Jun-2019 18:13

So despite my misgivings, I decided to move on to setting up a poll: I dead-ended in this several times before giving up on my poll.

As with Howdy I became quickly flustered that I had to work so hard to do what in reality could have been accomplished in less time with a pen and a post-it.

Pros: bot copy lists keywords where applicable to help direct the user through requests, good response to variety of input formats for dates, times, etc.

Cons: the suggested keywords barely work, most Howdy functions better served by basic calendaring apps.

The initial message got me curious about setting a reminder, so I decided to ask about it: Pros: honest about what it can do, helpful keyword combos even within complex sentences, polite, positive, deferential tone. Cons: not much of a conversationalist, isn’t in to feet.

Rating: 3/5 ballgags People in my office text Poncho The Weather Cat all the time so I decided to try talking to it on Facebook Messenger. Pros: fairly conversational, personality-driven response copy, and of course does very well at the thing it’s built to do.

But for the purposes of our experiment, I was impressed that she deflects with effective neutrality when questions stray from her intended use.

Her copy is a little more clipped than Siri, and I can tell she likes to keep things professional.

Cons: voice-activated format tends to give the impression of more conversational functionality than it actually has, could have benefitted from additional reminders to the user what it can and can’t do as part of its “I don’t understand” answers.

If you’re in the Messenger app, try searching to find it at “@hiponcho.” The first notable thing about this bot that it has an onboarding process where many I encounter have none at all, asking where you’re located, when you’d like your daily report, and suggests commands to try. Poncho is a prime example of an effective use of the bot format.

Cons: The Slack integrated version is garbage compared to Messenger, wish it was easier to access Poncho across platforms.

I decided to check out how Growbot responded to my dommely commands: That’s better I guess. Cons: doesn’t do a heck of a lot, is pretty much just a keyword-triggered random output of mediocre copy. Rating: 2/5 ballgags Another task-oriented bot, Howdy posits itself as a kind of office assistant that can be “trained,” which sounds appealing to me even if this kind of training involves fewer riding crops than I’m used to.

I then tried the “kudos” function which is supposed to save up when people are given praise to a leaderboard, but couldn’t get a response. I asked Howdy what it can do, then experimented a bit with setting up checkins and meetings.

To-do lists first: Conversational tone, not quite as peppy and helpful as say, Slackbot.