Can Chatbots Redirect Users to Specific Pages on My Website?

Yes, they “can”. However, implementing this functionality requires careful consideration and setup.

Configuring Your Chatbot to Understand Your Site

Step 1: Educate Your Chatbot

Your chatbot must be well-acquainted with your website to perform effectively. There are several methods to achieve this:

  • Integrate a site map into your chatbot's knowledge base.
  • Provide it with a list of URLs corresponding to specific content on your site.
  • Use training data that includes references to your web pages.


Ensure your chatbot recognizes your main site: You should also supply it with specific URLs. For example, include in your training data a line like:

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Understanding the AI's Functionality

The AI functions by generating text based on patterns it has learned from the provided data. It is not inherently aware of your website's structure or content but can provide users with links based on the training it has received.

Potential Issues

If a user requests information on a topic that isn't directly covered by your training data, the AI might generate a plausible yet non-existent link.

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Best Practices

  • Use a Consistent Format: When training your chatbot with URLs, maintain a consistent format to help the AI recognize and provide accurate links.
  • Set an Appropriate Temperature: A lower temperature setting increases the likelihood that the chatbot will repeat links accurately without improvisation.
  • Regularly Update Training Data: As your website evolves, update your chatbot's knowledge base to include new pages and content.

Monitoring and Feedback

It's crucial to monitor your chatbot's performance and gather user feedback. This will help you identify instances when the chatbot provides incorrect links, allowing you to adjust its training accordingly. You can intervene “manually” to check if a link exists, and in the case it doesn't, delete it from the message or send a default link/message. This process may require some technical knowledge and the use of AI Engine Filters.

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