Working with Skype on creating our bot was a natural fit for us: travel is an inherently social activity, and so it seems completely fitting that we’ve worked with Skype – the world’s largest peer-to-peer communications platform and the first messaging platform to offer bots which can interact as part a group chat environment, to give users the ability to share the experience of finding the best flights together. Turns out, everything, when it comes to the internet.Skype users involved in a group conversation with friends or colleagues can simply add the Skyscanner bot in to the chat and interact with the bot manually, as if it were another group member.The bot for Skype offers users the chance to search for flights, either individually or as part of a group, returning live prices and route options within Skype, before providing a link where users can go to complete the booking for their trip.
This snazzy new tool is the first to offer interaction in a group chat setting.
The beauty of Skype in the classroom is that it truly takes the world and puts it into my students’ reach.
Although my students live in London, many of them rarely leave their local borough of Enfield.
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This is an experience I have not had yet and would like to try.