Our chatbot Walter enables you and your audience to post to your Wall through Facebook Messenger without actually posting the information to your profile publicly.

Technically, Walter is not a standard chatbot in that he’s not equipped with an AI and won’t have amusing conversations with you.
Rather, he’s set up to do one thing only – and he does it really well.


Post to a Social Wall from Facebook Messenger

Walter lets you post directly to a Walls.io social media wall simply by typing your message with the right hashtag into the Facebook Messenger window.

This can be especially helpful and interesting for live walls at events

Remember to tell your fans that you’ve added a new way of posting to your social media wall through Facebook Messenger!


Set up Walter for your Social Wall

Setting up Walter for your own social wall is pretty easy. All you have to do is go into your settings and add Facebook Messenger under your sources. Enter the hashtag(s) that you’re using for your social wall and you're good to go:

Talk to Walter

Find Walter as @TalkToWalter (https://m.me/TalkToWalter) or by searching for "Talk to Walter" on Facebook Messenger:

You can talk to Walter by messaging him through Facebook Messenger.

If you ask Walter for a ‘list’ of events, he will give you a rundown of Walls.io Walls and corresponding hashtags that are currently connected to the bot.
Walter is here for everyone: there’s no separate bot for each Wall, but all Walls are connected to the same bot:

You can send posts to specific Walls simply by typing your message into the chat window including the correct Hashtag. The hashtag you use decides which Wall your message gets posted to:

Enter your message and the right hashtag and Walter will post to the wall for you:

You can post text-only messages as well as images & videos!


Moderation Concerns

We’re aware that Walter might be tempting some people into overposting, especially since their posts are only publicly visible on the social wall and nowhere else. So, we’ve built spam protection into the feature that only permits one message per minute.

Furthermore, you can always use Walls.io’s strong moderation features to stay in control of your wall. 

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