The Choice Block: intents, utterances and slots (Part 2)

The power of slots and the Interaction Model Manager.

For Beginners
Mark Ammendolia
Senior Manager, Creative Marketing & Digital Strategy

What you'll learn

In Part 2 of the Choice Block tutorial, we define and highlight the importance of slots. Slots can be thought of as particular pieces of information that you have told the assistant to look for when the user is giving their response.

Next, we take you through Voiceflow's Interaction Model Manager which introduces an easier way to manage the intents, slots, and variables inside your project.

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