So You Want A FAQ-Bot

Steph Locke shows how easy it can be to create a Q&A bot:

Now we need to go to Azure and finish our bot.

Add a new Bot Service. You’ll need to give it a name and set which region you want to host it in. It will then setup everything in the background, and takes a couple of minutes.

Once it is successfully deployed, navigate your bot service and Create an App, making sure to copy and paste the values from the new tab into the interface. Select the Q&A Bot type. It should bring up a poppup that allows you to select your bot from a dropdown.

Bots are fun and worth learning, but that technology is still in its infancy, regardless of whose bot platform you’re using.

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