Bot menus help to educate your users about critical bot functionality. The menu displays a command with help text you can edit to describe the command's purpose. This information is defined in your bot's manifest file.
Best practices from Microsoft:
You can define your Bot Menu for Microsoft Teams in the App Package settings. Navigate to the bottom of the page and click Edit Tabs to find a view where you can define your tab settings for inclusion in your manifest.
In your App Package settings you will see a link to the Bot Menu Editor, which allows you to define two types of Commands:
These commands will be presented to a user for use in channels.
These commands are for use in 1:1 chat with your bot.
Each field supports up to 10 commands, but it is recomended that you stick to 1-3 of your most anticipated commands for best user experience.
Each command has a
Title, which should usually be the trigger for your script, and a
Description, which is text for your users that describes the function of the script.
These fields come pre-populated with content, you should remove this before exporting your manifest. Click save will take you back to your App Package editor.