It features a contact list (independent of your Second Life friends list) which enables you to send messages to any resident. You can add contacts by searching for their name, or by adding them from within the region tab, if they can't be found in search.
You can use the robot as proxy to communicate in public chat with anyone in chat range within the region you've rezzed the robot in. The robot can be remote controlled to goto/follow avatars in the region, to move around randomly or to go back/stay at its home position.
Residents can also page you by touching the robot and entering a message in a textbox. Optionally your phone can vibrate or play a ringtone when someone pages you. The pager feature can be restricted to only notify you when selected groups in your contacts list pages you, or optionally when anyone pages you (e.g. customers of your shop or visitors to your home).
When it's idle the robot can move around on your parcel or region and greet visitors with a message you've set within the app.
You can also use the app to see how busy and laggy your region is while you're not logged into Second Life. It will tell you when the region was restarted and keep a log of pager messages until you connect to it again. If the robot has the necessary permissions you can use the app to kick and ban residents from your parcel or estate.
To use this app you need to have the little robot rezzed in a Second Life region. It needs 11 prims, but it comes with modify permissions so you can change its looks.
A time limited free trial version of the robot is available on the SL marketplace
This is not a Second Life client and it does not require you to enter your Second Life credentials. Any messages you send will appear to come from an object (the robot, which can automatically change its name when you chat and send messages), not from an avatar.
If you have any questions or suggestions, write an instant message in Second Life to Azurescens Herouin.
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