Learn how to connect Dialogflow with Landbot in this beginner-friendly video series! In the first lesson, we'll cover how to create a Dialogflow agent, set up intents, and test the agent in Dialogflow.
Welcome to the first lesson of a series of 6 videos that will teach you how to connect Dialogflow with Landbot. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced chatbot developer, this course is designed to help you get started with NLP inside Landbot quickly and easily.
In this video, we'll cover the basics of Dialogflow and how to create a Dialogflow agent step by step. First, we'll show you how to log in to Dialogflow and create a new account if you don't already have one. Once you're logged in, we'll walk you through creating a new agent, including setting up the language and time zone, and adding an agent name. We'll also cover what intents are and how to create one to categorize an end-user's intention and match it with an answer you've previously determined.
We'll use the example of a pizza restaurant to illustrate how to set up an intent for asking about the restaurant's location. You'll learn how to add training phrases, create responses, and test your new intent. We'll also cover the Default Welcome Intent and the Default Fallback Intent and how they work.
Throughout the video, we'll emphasize the importance of testing your agent as you build it. You'll see how to use the test section to check your agent's responses to different queries.By the end of this video, you'll have a good understanding of how to create a Dialogflow agent and set up intents. You'll also know how to test your agent and see how it's working in real-time. Tune in to the next lesson to learn how to get the JSON key file that will connect Landbot with a specific agent you have in your Dialogflow account.