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You can find that various Alexa skills have unique interaction models. The interaction model is what refers directly to the Alexa skill models. These.


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With the Alexa Skills Kit, you can create skills with a custom interaction model. You implement the logic for the skill, and you also define the voice interface through.


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Next, you'll need to choose a model to add to your skill. These models are like templates that have been pre-designed by the Amazon team to.


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With the Alexa Skills Kit, you can create skills with a custom interaction model. You implement the logic for the skill, and you also define the voice interface through.


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Add Intents, Sample Utterances, any Slots, etc. Click SAVE & BUILD. 2. Copy the Skill Interaction Model. Within the Build tab, click on the 'JSON Editor.


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Add Intents, Sample Utterances, any Slots, etc. Click SAVE & BUILD. 2. Copy the Skill Interaction Model. Within the Build tab, click on the 'JSON Editor.


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Create a New Skill. Be sure to start the skill from the developer console. To open the new console and create a new skill: Go to developer.


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Next, you'll need to choose a model to add to your skill. These models are like templates that have been pre-designed by the Amazon team to.


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Intents are specified in a JSON structure called the intent schema. An intent represents an action that fulfills a user's spoken request. Sample utterances : A set of likely spoken phrases mapped to the intents. Amazon provides built-in support for a large library of slot types. Tip: For the complete list of all built-in slot types and examples, see Slot Type Reference. Delegate directive. This includes:. The dialog model is a structure that identifies:. The conversation continues until all slots needed for the intent are filled and confirmed according to the rules defined in the dialog model. Then click Build Model to validate, save, and build your interaction model. If you include any of the dialog model components required slots, slot confirmation, intent confirmation, or slot validation rules your code needs to return the Dialog. This document defines these components and explains how to create them within the developer console. You implement the logic for the skill, and you also define the voice interface through which users interact with the skill. Make sure you save and then build the current interaction model before reverting. You must successfully build the model, either a quick build or a full build, before you can test it. For example, this utterance for PlanMyTrip includes the toCity slot:. If you make any changes, be sure to click Save Model to apply the changes to your model. The developer console displays a success message when each stage of the build is done. A user can then say:. Important: When you revert to a previously built version of the interaction model, you lose changes in the current version that have not been built. When you are ready to test your interaction model, go to any of the sections under Custom , Interaction Model. This lets you delegate the conversation to Alexa, rather than writing your own code to ask the user for slot values and confirmations. To learn how to create utterances in the developer console, see Create Intents, Utterances, and Slots. Important: The developer console does not automatically save your work as you make changes. You can continue to make changes, but they won't be reflected in the build. When using the developer console, you can see your invocation name, intent schema, sample utterances, and dialog model in JSON format. Each intent is mapped to several utterances. This should include as many representative phrases as possible. To declare this mapping, you supply the following inputs: Intents : An intent represents an action that fulfills a user's spoken request. To learn how to create intents and slots in the developer console, see Create Intents, Utterances, and Slots. See About Managing the Conversation with the User. Once you know an intent you want to create for your skill, complete the following high-level steps in the developer console. Also see About Managing the Conversation with the User for other ways to collect and confirm user information. In an Alexa skill, a dialog with the user is a conversation with multiple turns in which Alexa asks questions and the user responds with the answers. With the Alexa Skills Kit, you can create skills with a custom interaction model. Custom slot types : A representative list of possible values for a slot. You can also manage the conversation manually, or use a combination of delegation and other options. Slots are indicated within the utterances with curly brackets. For example, a skill for planning a trip might define an intent named PlanMyTrip that has slots named fromCity , toCity , and travelDate. Custom slot types are used for lists of items that are not covered by one of Amazon's built-in slot types. Intents can optionally have arguments called slots. To use the dialog model in your skill, return the Dialog. Alexa Skills Kit. This saves your data, but does not build the model. About intents, slots, and dialogs High-level steps to create the interaction model and dialog model Save and build the model View and edit the JSON code for the interaction model and dialog model Use a previous version of the interaction model Test and improve your interaction model Related topics About intents, slots, and dialogs This section provides a brief overview of the components of an interaction model: Intents and slots Sample utterances Multi-turn dialogs between the user and your skill Intents and slots An intent represents an action that fulfills a user's spoken request. To learn how to define a dialog model in the developer console, see Define the Dialog to Collect and Confirm Required Information. Dialog model optional : A structure that identifies the steps for a multi-turn conversation between your skill and the user to collect all the information needed to fulfill each intent. Delegate directive to let Alexa use your prompts to ask the user for the required slots and confirmations. About intents, slots, and dialogs High-level steps to create the interaction model and dialog model Save and build the model View and edit the JSON code for the interaction model and dialog model Use a previous version of the interaction model Test and improve your interaction model Related topics.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Toggle navigation. The sample utterances specify the words and phrases users can say to invoke your intents. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Collapse All Expand All. Each time you make changes to an interaction model and then build it, the developer console saves it as a version. As you create and edit your interaction model and dialog model, save your work with the Save Model button. If you close the browser window without clicking Save Model , your work is lost. The questions and answers are intended to gather, validate, and confirm slot values. For more about writing good sample utterances, see the Alexa Design Guide. You can use the developer console to revert to a version of the interaction model that was built previously. For more about designing skills and identifying your intents and slots, see the Alexa Design Guide. You can make changes directly to this code and apply them to your interaction model. Alexa then determines the next step and uses the defined prompts to ask the user for information. The developer console is designed around defining each intent, its slots, its utterances, and optionally the prompts Alexa uses when conversing with the user to collect and confirm the slot values. Click the link in each step for more details. The service can then save this information and send back text to convert to speech. These tools do not call your endpoint, so you can use them any time after you build your interaction model. The conversation is tied to a specific intent representing the user's overall request. Slots are defined with different types. This simplifies the code you need to write to ask the user for information. You can use the developer console to define a dialog model. To define the voice interface, you map users' spoken input to the intents your cloud-based service can handle.