The greeting message can be customised and will include the visitor's name.
For example, imagine you had a question like 'What's there to do in here? The robot can answer with a predefined line like 'Chat, play games and plenty more...' or pull your chat's info summary from the database, saving you time when dealing with frequently asked questions and other simple queries on your chat website. There is a one minute delay between each bot enable or disable action too, so your robot will appear to naturally log in and out of rooms - just like a normal video chat user would. It can be set to greet newcomers to the chatroom after they log in for the first time.
The first and most important difference is that Google is going to create an “Action Store” where users can select which ones they want and “install” them on Google Home.
Instead, Google itself is going to approve all the keywords that developers want to use to invoke their actions and make them all available to everybody.
“ Those policies will also prohibit “the things that you would expect policies around,” Douglas says, including “hate speech and that sort of thing.” When I asked if Google would allow something like a sex chat bot, Douglas demurred from giving a hard no, but it sounds like the available actions will hew more closely to app store policies than the the wild, open web.
“The full policies will be published,” Douglas says. [There are] general policies around acceptable behavior.” Another nuance worth noting is that there are two different of actions: direct and conversational.