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Triggers & Replies

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This trigger is used when you want to reply to a text of voice message. Drag and drop the text trigger from the trigger library. Determine based on what a user says or types what his or her intention is. Next to determining the user intent, the system can extract data from a sentence in the form of   entities . Text triggers work with advanced contextual language classification (NLP) and contextual matching algorithms. Exact match If you train your intent with fewer than 5 examples, the text trigger will only respond to exact matches of the entered data. Natural Language Processing To get better results from the   NLP, we recommend that you train each intent with at least 10 examples. Quick replies and buttons Text triggers can be called using quick replies and buttons with a   payload   type. To create quick replies, you select the response on your flow canvas. In the right pane, you see the options to add quick replies. There are two types of quick replies: send a text or share location. Every quick reply has a label and a value. The label can, for example, be "YES" and the value sent can be "Yes, I want to go there".
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by Khoros Staff Khoros Staff Jun 16, 2021
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Events are system triggers a user does not visibly notice. You can use events to specifically trigger flows. This is useful for example to automatically   show a welcome message   or trigger a flow from   cloud code   or   webhooks. Events also allow you to design complex apps that reuses flows. Note: You can only use events as the starting trigger of a flow. Trigger event using   code action   action async payload => { trigger( 'EVENT_NAME' ) }      
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by Khoros Staff Khoros Staff Jun 16, 2021
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