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User Guide

Dropchat help, documentation, and Dropchat user guide.

Dropchat Trial

After landing on the Dropchat home page, you can enter the app by clicking ‘Build Your Own Chatbot





Once you’re in the Dropchat app, the quickest way to get started is to chat with some of our Featured Bots. Scroll down and you’ll see various public domain books that we have turned into Dropchat bots.

In this example, we chose the Bitcoin Whitepaper. You’ll have thirty trial messages to start. After thirty messages, you will be asked to sign in to continue. Talk to the bot for a while to get an idea of what talking to Dropchat bots feels like.


Quick Book Chat

Next, lets log in to the Dropchat app to test out all of the features with out a question limit.

Click the ‘Login in Dropchat’ link next to the red question counter.



You’ll be asked for your email so you can securely authenticate using the link we’ll send to your inbox.





After entering your email, a login link will be sent to your inbox. Click ‘Log in to Dropchat’ to log into the app.





Now that you are in the Dropchat app, lets try out the quick-book feature. In the text field on the left, enter a book’s title, author, or ISBN code to create a Dropchat bot out of it. In this example, we will use Alice in Wonderland. Select ‘Save to Library’ to add it to your collection. As you can see, chatting with a quick-book bot is the same as the trial bot from earlier.





Custom File Chat

Next, lets try adding a custom file to train our Dropchat bot on. Click the back arrow next to the book title. Then click the blue ‘here’ link to upload custom files. In this example, we will upload a copy of the Bitcoin Whitepaper. We’ll add the title, author, and source material file. It will take a minute or two to train your Dropchat bot.


Once your Dropchat bot is ready to go, it will have a green ‘Ready’ flag.



Click into file to start chatting to your bot.

Website Chat

Dropchat also supports chatbots made from websites. Click the ‘Website URL’ option to make a chatbot using a website link. Below is an example of a chatbot made from a fact sheet released by the White house. Indexing a website will take a minute or two after the green “Ready” flag appears on the file.


Once the website is indexed, click the file to talk to it like previous Dropchat bots.

Share Your Dropchat Bots

To share a Dropchat bot with another person, you can click the 3 dots below the file to share a public URL with others.

To embed your Dropchat bot as a chat bubble in the bottom right corner of a website, click the three dots again and select ‘Embed’. Copy the code snippet and paste it into the head tag on your website.

Second Brain Feature

You can save the questions and answers from your conversations to review them later. Click “Add to new notes category"

To create a corresponding category to save the note under. In this case, our category will be “Bitcoin Notes” since we’re using the Bitcoin Whitepaper as an example. Click the “Add” button once finished.



Now you can save this QnA and further QnA’s under the Bitcoin Notes category. Click “save to existing notes category”. Then click the category you want to save it to.

Click the “Notes” button on the top right to visit your saved notes.

Each category can be reviewed in a flashcard style format. Click “Start Review” to begin quizzing yourself.

After you go through the flashcards the first time, you can choose to only review skipped or forgotten cards afterwards.

Click the back arrow on the top left to return to the file collection page. Then, lick on the profile icon on the top right.

User Profile


Click the back arrow on the top left to return to the file collection page. Then, lick on the profile icon on the top right.



Here, you can set your account information, and see your Dropchat usage metrics. The most important thing to change here is the “Chat user name”. Changing this value will change what the bot will refer to you as.