Basic Q&A Maker With Non-Default Error Message

Kevin Feasel



Steph Locke shows how to take a Q&A bot and change the default message when there is no relevant match:

Last week, I blogged about building a no-code Q&A bot for your website. One little niggle I had with the bot was the response when it could match a user input to a Q&A. I wondered how to change “No match found!”.

I looked around the site and couldn’t find a place I could change this. I submitted some feedback and the great people at the other of the Q&A site responded super quickly. I’ve raised a number of feedback points with them and I must say they’ve absolutely amazing at responding. But I digress.

Read on for the answer.

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