Scenarios in OpenDialog
At the center of the whole OpenDialog experience is the Conversation Designer. This is where you can start designing new scenarios and manage existing scenarios.
Scenarios can be in either an "Active" or in "Draft" mode.
Active scenarios are available to be used in chat interfaces, while draft scenarios are not considered.
Scenario settings are accessible through the individual menus of each scenario. You can edit the Scenario name, description, set a preferred interpreter (which will act as the default interpreter throughout the scenario) and also set conditions.
When you create a scenario a condition is automatically set (e.g.
user.selected_scenario...) that checks the user context to see if they have a selected scenario defined. If a condition is not present then the scenario will always be considered.
Deleting a scenario will currently completely remove the scenario and all its elements (including all underlying conversations, scenes, turns, intents and messages).
You can replicate a scenario by clicking on the copy icon within the designer.
Currently exporting scenarios is only possible through the command-line interface. So will require assistance from the OpenDialog team. Please reach out to [email protected] and we can help with replicating scenarios.