HELP FILE

How do I push data from my external source into a Bold360 ai answer?

  1. Add the Bold360 ai custom variables API to your page, as part of your Bold360 ai widget script by inserting the following code under the /*API HERE*/ comment:

    _nRepData["customParams"] =
    {
    Variable1Name: Variable1Value,
    Variable2Name: Variable2Value
    ...
    };

    Below is an example of the API implementation:

    <!--do not modify this script -->
    < div class = 'Nanorep_loadingData'
    id = 'NanorepProxyContainer'
    style = 'position:absolute;top:-500px;left:0px;' > < /div> < script type = 'text/javascript' >
        var _nRepData = _nRepData || [];
    _nRepData['kb'] = '30423589';
    _nRepData['float'] = {
            account: 'uopeople',
            cdcVersion: 3,
            cdcFrame: '',
            scriptVersion: '2.29.3.4'
        }
        /* API here */; _nRepData["customParams"] = { AvailableColors: "Red, Blue, Orange",    Weight: 500 };
    (function() {
        var windowLoadFunc = function() {
            var _nRepData = window._nRepData || [];
            _nRepData['windowLoaded'] = true;
            if (typeof(_nRepData['windowOnload']) === 'function') _nRepData['windowOnload']();
        };
        if (window.attachEvent) window.attachEvent('onload', windowLoadFunc);
        else if (window.addEventListener) window.addEventListener('load', windowLoadFunc, false);
        var sc = document.createElement('script');
        sc.type = 'text/javascript';
        sc.async = true;
        sc.defer = true;
        sc.src = ('https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://' : 'http://') + 'my.Nanorep.com/widget/scripts/float.js';
        var _head = document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0];
        _head.appendChild(sc);
    })(); </script>
  2. Create an answer that calls the variable. Make sure to use the {{variable_name}} placeholder to show the value of the variable.

    Here is an example of calling the value of the "weight" variable.

In this example, {{weight}} is the placeholder that represents the variable retrieved by the API.