In the ChatBack Notecard you can have many replies to keywords or avatars in range.
Enter a keyword that someone will say to your child and then the expected response from your child.
Such as No, no, NO with different replies. Keywords are written like this: Keyword:Child's response Examples: No:Why? no:ok NO:don't yell! Each keyword can have a different response, or you can have the same for all such as: No:Why? no:Why? NO:Why? The choice is yours.
To have your child recognize an av as their family, use their screen name, include the period between first and last name and then use a sentence pertaining to their relation. DO NOT include “Resident”, instead only use their first name and names should always be lowercase:
NOTE: An avatar does NOT need to be in your child's family list to be recognized as family with the ChatBack.
Example: I am the child's mom, so I would have something like the below: Format =firstname.lastname:Child's message here
Name being used =rebekah.recreant:Mommy! I love you!
If the user does not have a last name (i.e., they are “Resident”) do not include it. This means they are only:
=suzy:Mommy! I love you!
You must include the equal sign and the screen name in lowercase (not display name - but instead their login name)
In the ChatBack notecard you may include personalized messages your child will say to you and others:
Example: I want my child to call me “mommy” =rebekah.recreant:Mommy!
Now I would like my child to refer to my friend as “aunt”. My friend's name is Suzy Resident. Since she has no true last name, I would exclude “Resident”
=suzy:Hi auntie Suzy!
I've also made the system detect keywords by proper case. This way you can have “no” in three ways:
no:what you want them to say when this word is said No:what you want them to say when this word is said NO:what you want them to say when this word is said
For babies you will want no words but rather expressions or sounds such as:
Having your child react to a word such as “happy”.
happy:/me wiggles and coos hearing your voice
Having your child react to an avatar, such as Suzy Resident
=suzy:/me wiggles and coos hearing your voice