You can create multiple chatflows to display on different pages on your website.If two chatflows target the same page URL, or a contact meets the criteria for the segmented lists used in the chatflows' targeting rules, you can decide which chatflow should have the top priority and display instead of the other. For example, you have two chatflows:
Chatflow A is a generic chatflow to greet visitors and appears when the website URL contains www.hubspot.com.
Chatflow B is tailored to visitors who are ready to buy and appears when the website URL is www.hubspot.com/pricing.
With these rules, Chatflow A will always appear, even on www.hubspot.com/pricing. If you want Chatflow B to appear on the pricing page regardless of Chatflow A's targeting rule, move Chatflow B to the top priority. Chatflow B's targeting rule will then take priority and will display when a visitor is on www.hubspot.com/pricing. Chatflow A will display on all other pages that contain www.hubspot.com.