Hey, tech enthusiasts! Alex here, today we’re diving into one of our all-time favourites – Voiceflow. I know it’s been a while since our last update, but I had to take a quick break to celebrate my 40th birthday. But I’m back now, and I have some exciting new features to share with you.
First, I want to address an issue that was raised by some of our viewers in the comments section. Previously, we had some problems with the tutorial where the API was causing numerous issues. But, thankfully, Voiceflow’s new improved A.I workflow has resolved these issues, and today we’re going to dive into the new variables – intents and prompt chaining – that have changed everything in the workflow system that we had prior.
If you’re not familiar with Voiceflow, it’s an AI-powered platform that lets you build, design, and publish voice and chatbot experiences. And the best part? You can sign up for free, forever, with two assistants and one editor. But, if you’re looking for more ai bots, the paid version will give you access to more bots.
One of the most exciting new features of Voiceflow is the introduction of the “GPT 3.5″ persona setting. This allows you to give your AI a personality, which in turn affects the way it responds to user input. And, thanks to two new variables – last response and last utterance – you can now take advantage of prompt chaining, giving the illusion of a constant dynamic conversation.
This new feature lets you loop through a series of prompts, using the last response or last utterance as input for the next prompt. It’s a great way to create a natural, conversational flow that feels more like a human conversation than a pre-programmed response.
Coupled with their intent feature, you can create custom responses that allow your bot to respond appropriately to a wider range of user inputs.
I was blown away by the potential of this new feature and am already thinking of ways to incorporate it into our own chatbot experiences. And, with the reduced cost of credits, you can now make more calls without worrying about running out of credit too quickly.
So, to sum it up – Voiceflow is a powerful tool that makes it easy to create engaging and interactive chatbots and voice assistants. And, with these new features, it’s easier than ever to create a natural, conversational flow that feels more like a human conversation than a pre-programmed response.
That’s it for today, folks. I promise not to take such a long hiatus again. In the meantime, I hope this article has given you some insight into the exciting new developments at Voiceflow. Thanks for tuning in, and until next time, happy bot building!