Adding a slot to an utterance is not a difficult process, but a few tips can go a long way. The first step is to choose the utterance you want to add the slot to. You can do this from the Utterance tab. You can also add multiple slots, which is useful if you want to make one utterance into a series of different utterances. Once you have chosen the slot that you would like to use, you should click on the Add a slot button.
Adding a slot to an utterance
To add a slot to an utterance, you must map the corresponding linguistic feature. The slot names must have at least one value and are formatted in the’slotName’ format with spaces at both ends. After mapping an utterance, you can edit or remove the slot from the Slots tab. Listed below are some examples of how to add a slot to an utterance.
To add a slot to an utterance, you first need to select the entity value for the desired slot. In the first step, you double-click a particular word or phrase. On the second step, select the slot name. The selected word will be underlined and shown as the slot value. You can also edit the slot information by selecting the slot name. If you want to delete a slot, you must select it from the Slots tab.
Another example of how to add a slot to an utterance is to assign a custom slot type to it. This is useful for creating custom slot values for utterances that don’t have built-in values. For example, you could map an account type to a specific account number, or a location type to a particular geographic location. You can also add a slot to an utterance if you have specific information about the meaning of the word.
Adding a slot to an utterance from the Utterance tab
In order to use the slots feature, you must map utterances to their slots. To do this, open the Utterances tab and double-click on a specific word or phrase. Next, select a slot name. The word is indicated as the value of the slot by a colored underline. You can edit the information associated with a slot. You can delete a slot by selecting it in the Slots tab.
A slot is a segment of an utterance with a variable attached to it. It can have several types, including animal names, prompts, and many more. It is very flexible and can be used in many ways. Here are some examples:
The Dialog Engine is capable of recognizing multiple words or phrases as synonyms for the same entity. For example, an entity value of New York can have synonyms Big Apple or NYC. To add synonyms to the slot, select the Allow Synonyms checkbox. Then, enter the synonym in the field below the slot type value. Once you’ve added an example, you can now start mapping the slot to utterances.