My templates



To make your inf more intelligent you should create your own templates in the section My templates.

How to add/edit my templates?

To add a new template go to the section My templates, click on the phrase Create a new template or refer to any existing template and click Add a new template here.

To change an already existing template move your mouse cursor over it in the templates list and then either click on it twice or click on the pop-up link: edit.

In the pop-up window in the line Guest says enter a guest's phrase (input).

In the line Inf replies enter the inf's reply to this guest's input.

To choose an emotion (facial expression) of your inf, choose the feelings from the list (surprised, angry, sad etc).

Click add another input to add another guest's input or you can use the '||' symbol at the beginning of each line with the input and use inline dictionaries (see the description of the section Template options for more details).

One template can contain a maximum of 256 lines including guest's input variations and variations separated with '||' symbol.

To add a reply, click the link add another reply. You can also use inline dictionaries (see below for more details).

Each template can contain maximum of 256 lines of inf's replies. Each reply cannot exceed 65,536 characters.

Template categories

You can link templates to the topic and form a category of your own to find your own templates faster.

To do this you will need to click on the category list in your templates and choose the category name (if you have named your categories) or create a new category (choose New category in the list and type in a new title in the pop-up window).

Category titles will appear in the category list to the right of the templates. If you click on the category, you will see all the templates you have linked to this category.

Punctuation in templates

Full stop – [.], comma – [,], dash – [–], colon – [:] and semicolon – [;] are not considered when searching the template similar to one of the guest's input. So you do not need to use these punctuation marks when creating guest input's.

Template options

These are some special features that you can use when teaching your inf

Any words in the inputs
Any endings in the inputs
Inline dictionaries: Reply variations
Inline dictionaries: Input variations
Insert a part of the guest’s input into the inf’s reply
Line shift in replies
Italics, bold type and underline
Insert a link in the inf’s replies
Clickable query link in the answer
Pictures, music and video files
Variables and IF… ELSE conditional operator
Templates priority
Tips for creating templates