This next diagram and tutorial are describing how to start work with Hala.
Go to the Hala Platform
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Go to the
Skills Kit section in Hala Platform
Create you first skill, by providing the Skill name, description and tags
Save skill to create the skill
Now you can build the dialog by using dialog nodes. Before you start adding the dialog nodes, you would need to create at least one intent.
Go to the
Intents section on the Hala Platform and press
To change the default name of the intent, click on icon pencil next to the default value, or you can click on the default value, and then you will be able to modify it.
Specify the name of the intent and press Enter
Now you need to provide examples of how the end-users can write about suspicious emails. You need to provide at least five examples. After the entering data
Save your changes and
Go to the
Skill Kit section on the Hala Platform and open your skill
Create the first root node by pressing the button
Add root node
Open the created dialog node and fill it.
Name - you can enter any value, for example "Get question from the user"
Conditions - here you need to specify created intent
Actions - skip this section
Context - skip this section
Output - in output we can specify the answer from Hala for questions related to the suspicious emails. For example, we can create next output:
Behavior - skip this section
Save the changes by pressing button "Save Changes". Now you have created the simple skill with one dialog node.
Test the results. Go to the Hala Web Chat and type the first message in the chat. You can type one of the trained phrases, or you can use new phrases that weren't specified in intent training.
With this tutorial, you can build a simple Skill. For real case scenarios, you would need to define more intents, entities, a complex dialog that uses them both, and also add the integration with enterprise software. As traffic increases between the assistant and your end-users, you can use the Dashboard section to analyze real conversations and identify areas for improvement.
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