Configure the demo website and add the bot to your live website
When publishing the bot to the web, you can publish to a prebuilt demo website (which you can use to share the bot with your teammates and stakeholders) and to your own live website.
When should I use the demo website and when should I use my own website?
You should use the demo website only to try out the bot and share it with your teammates or other stakeholders who want to try out the bot. It's not intended for production uses, for example, you shouldn't use it directly with customers.
You should publish and use the bot on your live website for production scenarios, such as a help bot on your help webpage for customers to interact with.
You can edit the welcome message and suggested trigger phrases for the demo website. This helps prompt your teammates for what they should ask the bot about.
You can change the welcome message to explain the intent or purpose of the testing, and you can change this as often as you like. So you could create a welcome message asking to test out conversations related to store hours and then, after making updates to the bot, change the welcome message to ask testers to try conversations related to gift cards.
Update the demo website:
Select Manage on the side navigation pane and then go to the Channels tab.
Select the Demo website tile.
Enter the welcome message you'd like to see alongside the bot in the Welcome message text field.
Enter a list of suggested trigger phrases in the Conversation starters text field. Trigger phrases are what initiate specific topics, so you could customize these to specific topics that you want your teammates to try out.
To share the demo website link, simply copy the demo website URL and share it with your teammates directly.
You can add your bot to a live website as an IFrame. Your live website can be a customer-facing external website or an internal site, like a SharePoint or Yammer site.
You can also add the bot to your Power Apps portal.
Add bot to your website:
Select Manage on the side navigation pane, and then go to the Channels tab.
Select Custom website and then select Copy to copy it directly to the clipboard, or Share to email to open a new email message with the snippet included, in your default email app.
Provide the snippet to your web developer to add the bot to your website.
Add bot to your Power Apps Portal:
In the Power Virtual Agents Portal, select Manage on the side navigation pane, and then go to the Channels tab.
Select Custom website and then copy only the URL of the IFframe snippet: this is the URL defined by
Go to Power Apps Portal Studio and add an IFrame component into your Portal by selecting Components on the side navigation pane, and then IFrame.
Paste in the URL you copied from the IFrame snippet into the Link field of the IFrame component. You can adjust the size of the chat window by adjusting the Width and Height field.
You can interact with your bot by clicking on Browse website at the top right corner.