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Create Alexa Skills That Feel More Natural With Alexa Conversations

Alexa Conversations is a new AI-driven approach to dialog management that enables you to create skills that customers can interact with in a natural, unconstrained way - using the phrases they prefer, in the order they prefer – while freeing you to focus on the highest value parts of your experience.

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This is just what I've been waiting for, but I cannot even get the sample conversation project to run without an Internet server/service error. My question is posted here

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Very exciting.

I'm collecting health data. I don't know if the health data is "in range" until a user completes all the conversation slots and hits my API (it is different for different people, based on their history, e.g. someone's weight can't change by 20 pounds in a day).

In CONVERSATIONS, I can see how to handle a successful "Thanks for recording your {measurement} of {measurement_value}."

How do I handle my response "Your last {measurement} was {history} about {history_days} days ago. Are you sure you meant to say {measurement_value}?" and then wait for a YES or NO (or synonyms).


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Hi @LIGHTHOUSE. A similar question was asked in another thread here:

The short answer though is that you can add a "where" key to an APLA document item to conditionally choose a response based upon the API's returned values.

For future reference, when asking a new question, please click "Ask A Question" from the upper right to create a new post. Otherwise your question may not bee seen.

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