Power Virtual Agents #6: Topic Creation for Conversation

Introduction Power Virtual Agents, a topic that determines how a bot responds to a question from a user. You can create topics by customizing provided templates, creating new topics from scratch or get suggestions from existing help sites. Topics have Trigger Phrases and Conversation NodesTrigger Phrases: phrases, keywords, or questions that a user is likely … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #6: Topic Creation for Conversation

Power Virtual Agents #5: Publish your bot to the demo site

Introduction Power Virtual Agents provides a demo website so that you can invite anyone to test your bot by sending them the URL. The demo website is useful to gather feedback to improve the bot content before you activate the bot for your real customers. After you've published at least once, you can connect your … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #5: Publish your bot to the demo site

Power Virtual Agents #4: Edit the existing Topic

Introduction In this blog, I will show step by step process of the creation of a new Topic for chatbot from existing Topics. Copy the Topic Go to https://powerva.microsoft.com/ and select the bot and Environment. 2. Click on the Topic in the left Pane. 3. Hover the mouse on topics, appears the More actions, click on … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #4: Edit the existing Topic

Power Virtual Agents #3: Build First Chatbot

Introduction Power Virtual Agents helps you quickly and easily create AI-powered solutions to some of your customer support challenges – no developers or data scientists are required.This blog will go through the step-by-step process of creating, deploying, and testing the first bot to handle a common customer request.PVA Chatbot Creation Go to https://powerva.microsoft.com/ and Click … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents #3: Build First Chatbot

Microsoft Power Pages- Content Delivery Network Cache

Introduction Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a distributed network of servers that can efficiently deliver web content to users. CDN’s store cached content on edge servers in point-of-presence (POP) locations that are close to end-users, to minimize latency.  CDN will be stored and served from the CDN server closest to your location, static content like … Continue reading Microsoft Power Pages- Content Delivery Network Cache