The new plugin is now being trialed by a number of partners, including Adore Me, Air France, Argos, Aviva, Bodeaz, Goibibo, Keto Mojo, KLM, Mermaid Pillow, Spoqa, Total Activation, Volaris and Zalando.During this beta period, other interested businesses can sign up to be notified when the chat plugin is broadly available, says Facebook.
To that it added a “like” button last year (again with a hat tip to Facebook, which happens to be one of Quip’s customers, too).
Special chat times with a Community Moderator and invited guests!
Come ask questions, share experiences, and give and get support with other chat members.
Facebook says these features will also be supported in the beta version of the website plugin, and new experiences will be added in time, so the plugin is as “feature-rich” as the Messenger app itself.
Like other web chat systems, the Messenger chat plugin is designed to hover over top the business’s web page, and is indicated by the familiar, blue Messenger icon.