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Create a Powerful Facebook Messenger Bot

Published on: November 20 2023 by HaryPhamDev

Create a Powerful Facebook Messenger Bot

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Creating a Facebook Page
  3. Adding a Button to the Page
  4. Creating a Facebook App
  5. Setting up Privacy Policy
  6. Activating the App
  7. Generating Token
  8. Setting up Webhook
  9. Handling Webhook Requests
  10. Verifying and Saving Webhook Configuration
  11. Conclusion


In this article, we will discuss the step-by-step process of configuring a Facebook webhook. We will cover everything from creating a Facebook Page to setting up the webhook and handling webhook requests. So let's dive in and get started!

Creating a Facebook Page

The first thing you need to do is create a Facebook Page. To do this, go to Facebook.com and click on the "Pages" option. From there, click on "Create Page" at the top right corner and choose the "Get started" option. Select a relevant name for your Page and choose a category. Update the required information and add a button for customers to send messages.

Adding a Button to the Page

To add a button to your Facebook Page, click on "Contact you" and select "Send message". Test the button to ensure it is working properly.

Creating a Facebook App

After creating your Facebook Page, you need to create a Facebook App. Go to the Facebook Developer website and click on "My Apps". If you don't have any apps, create a new one and provide a display name. Complete the security check and verify the app. This will take you to the dashboard of your app.

Setting up Privacy Policy

To activate your app, you need to provide a Privacy Policy URL. You can generate a free privacy policy using a website like FreePrivacy.com. Choose the "Website" option and enter the required information. Copy the generated privacy policy link and paste it in the Facebook Developer dashboard.

Activating the App

Select a category for your app and switch to "Live Mode". This will allow you to connect to the Facebook Messenger Platform.

Generating Token

To interact with your customers, you need to generate a token. This token will allow you to use your page to communicate with your customers. Save the page token, app ID, and app token for future use.

Setting up Webhook

Now it's time to set up the webhook for the Messenger Platform. If you have already deployed the app to a server like Heroku, modify the routes.js file to handle webhook requests. Create a new controller, ChatFacebookController.js, and add a function to handle webhook logic. Ensure you provide a verification token to verify the webhook.

Handling Webhook Requests

In the controller, create a function called postWebHook that handles webhook requests using the POST method. Use the arrow function syntax and pass two parameters, request and response. Export the function so it can be accessed in the web.js file.

Verifying and Saving Webhook Configuration

To verify and save the webhook configuration, go to the Facebook Developer dashboard and click on "Messenger" under the settings option. Scroll down to the Webhooks section, click on "Add webhook", and paste the link to your website's webhook. Verify and save the configuration to complete the process.


In this article, we have covered the process of configuring a Facebook webhook step-by-step. From creating a Facebook Page to setting up the webhook and handling webhook requests, we have explored all the necessary steps. By following these instructions, you can successfully configure a Facebook webhook and use it to interact with your customers. Stay tuned for the next videos where we will learn how to send messages to users and set up a Facebook Messenger Bot.

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