The Prompt Step

Create nonlinear conversations using the Prompt Step.

For Beginners
Mark Ammendolia
Content Manager

What you'll learn

In this tutorial, we'll be learning about the prompt step, which allows you to create nonlinear conversations by prompting the user for a particular response. In other words, when this step is initiated, the assistant opens up its microphone where it listens and waits for an intent to be spoken by the user.

Topics covered include:

1. Understanding the Prompt Step
2. Prompt vs. Choice Step
3. Using the Prompt Step in your project
4. Re-prompts & No Reply Response.

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