Creating An Azure Chat Bot

Dustin Ryan shows how to build a QnA bot:

After you’ve created your knowledge base you can then edit and update your knowledge base. There’s a few different ways to update your knowledge.

a. Manually edit the knowledge base directly within QnAMaker.ai. You can do this by directly editing the questions by modifying the text of your knowledge base.

b. Edit the source of your knowledge base. Click the Settings tab on the left to edit the URL of your FAQs or upload a new document.

Building a bot is pretty easy, and Dustin shows you just how to do it.

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